BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. - Here are a few of the top stories from this week in Briarcliff Manor:
- Briarcliff Manor parents and residents will get a chance to meet the faces behind the names on the ballot for this year’s Briarcliff Board of Education candidates at a special “Meet The Candidates Night” on May 15. The four candidates set to run for two seats on the Board of Education are set to give brief introductions of themselves and speak to residents in the community during the special meeting at 8 p.m. May 15 at the Briarcliff Middle School Theater.
- Power was restored to Briarcliff Manor's middle and high school campus after a brief outage Monday. The district said students were kept "safe in lit areas of the buildings." All students were back in class Monday morning. AP exams for high school students were not interrupted, the district said.
- Ossining Town Councilman Peter Tripodi announced this week that he will not be running for re-election in the town and will instead vie for a Westchester County Legislator position. Tripodi, who is the sole Republican on the Town of Ossining Board, has served the town since 2009, when he became the youngest elected official in the county.
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