CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Chappaqua last week:
- An Emergency Preparedness Committee is being formed to receive community input to the Town of New Castle for emergency operations planning, according to Supervisor Rob Greenstein.
- Hillary Clinton, who resides in Chappaqua and is considering running for president in 2016, has created a buzz after it was reported that she is renting a New York City office, according to The New York Post.
- The Upper Westchester Muslim Society’s revised proposal for a mosque in New Castle failed to assuage neighbors, who spoke in opposition at a Zoning Board of Appeals meeting.
- Several county roads in New Castle are among those that will have work paid for through funding approved by the Westchester County Board of Legislators, according to County Executive Rob Astorino's office.
- The holder of a mortgage for the former Borders site in downtown Mount Kisco will take over the property following a $6.5 million bid that was made at a Tuesday foreclosure auction.
- 1 Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Chappaqua
- 2 State Board Approves Variances For Chappaqua Station
- 3 Chappaqua Could See Significant Snowfall, Ice From Coastal Storm
- 4 Major Nor'easter Heads Toward Chappaqua, Blizzard Watch Issued
- 5 Bigger Storm Could Be Coming Soon After Westchester Sees 6-8 Inches Of Snow