CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein has scheduled the second of several roundtable discussions for Thursday.
The second topic will be a discussion about how to keep empty nesters in the community. This roundtable ...
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Summer means long weekends and alfresco meals, so why not enjoy them with a breezy, refreshing cocktail?
We've rounded up a few served in Westchester County, but ...
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Northern Westchester Hospital's registered dietitian, Elisa Bremner, will be upstairs at DeCiccos Family Market in Armonk on Wednesday from 2-3 and 5-6 ...
Every word ADOW provided for the article is fact, including the information on their eating habits, breeding and people hunting them and keeping them as pets; there is no 'rhetoric', there are reality checks, also factual, which save animals' lives. People have already begun calling the police about the bobcats; govt organizations almost always respond lethally, due to a vested economic interest and the fact that they are largely comprised of hunters. Organizations like the Zoological Assn are in the business of animal exploitation, and Audubon is pro-hunting: We make ZERO profit - our sole concern is safeguarding and speaking up for the animals - period. You want 'just the facts' with no commentary 'cluttering up' reader's minds and thoughts? You are either in an animal-related business or are in serious denial about what has been happening to wildlife here and across the country. Human advocates weigh in on human issues in articles all the time. In any case whatever info you get from the orgs you cite is tainted by THEIR economic needs. We've been animal advocates for many years, never wanted a dime for it, have met with politicians and had several achievements for the animals. People destroy forests and habitats and then try to blame the animals for it - we are happy to point out the hypocrisy about this. Wildlife is being slaughtered i.e. 'culled' all over due to human avarice, scapegoating and baseless fear. We've made this world a hell-on-earth for animals - ADOW has always been a strong voice for the animals and that will not change. We will NOT wait till the war on wildlife extends to Bobcats; we say 'Leave the animals alone' right now - and we will keep saying it. Thank you.
Low income housing should only built in low income areas. People who work hard and struggle to pay their mortgages and taxes should not have their property values lowered by section 8 housing. I want to live in Armonk but can't afford it so I live where I can afford!
So you're blaming Sen Latimer for the structure of our local governments? Like he was around when all these lines were drawn? Ridiculous! Folks in Westchester like their fiefdoms, and we pay through the nose, yes. God forbid children from Edgemont should go to school with children from Scarsdale? Gotta have all these tiny local districts that each require a superintendent and central office - when we could live with one or two districts within the county. Sadly, ain't gonna happen in Westchester. Other state have county-wide school districts and it works just fine.
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