NORTH SALEM, N.Y. – A public meeting with town supervisors, housing agencies and land use experts to discuss Westchester’s affordable housing situation led the news in North Salem this week.
Here are a few more top stories of the week:
- The Ruth Keeler Memorial Library inaugurated its new series of webcasts, “Garden Air,” featuring local residents and gardening experts, Pam Pooley and Page Dickey, discussing various aspects of how your garden grows.
- A North Salem resident cycling along Delancey Road was seriously injured when he was struck by a deer.
- On the final leg of earning his ranking of Eagle Scout, North Salem High School tenth-grader, Christopher Woloshyn, 15, has embarked on a project to improve the setting of the Veterans Memorial at the Westchester Exceptional Children’s School.
- For the second time, John Jay High School will be the setting for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, which held a Paint the Town Purple event on Wednesday. Residents of North Salem, where there is no Relay event, are invited to join in.
- North Salem residents were eager to cast a vote for their favorite burger in town.
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