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  • At long last, a foundational win

    Superintendent Dr. Edward Kliszus described Wednesday, Apr. 7, as a hustle for the Port Chester School District administrators—waking up early to prepare for an influx of phone calls and meetings to discuss endeavors moving forward.

  • B.B. 2021-22 school budget projects 
school tax reduction, 0% levy increase

    The Blind Brook Board of Education presented to the public their official plan for the 2021-22 school budget this week after contemplating several drafts and months of planning.

    Budget season started in November for administrators, who have tried to plan accordingly as COVID-19 restrictions slowly begin to lift. The Board of Education met on three separate occasions in March to review drafts of the superintendent’s proposed budget before adopting the final version on Tuesday, Apr. 6.

    
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  • BBHS graduate joins
Sobo & Sobo law firm

    Sobo & Sobo LLP is proud to welcome Eliza Filipowski, who will join the legal team at their Middletown, N.Y. office on Dolson Avenue. Filipowski, who grew up in Rye Brook and graduated from Blind Brook High School, brings years of experience and success with personal injury litigation to the firm.

  • Facts of Life

    Happy birthday to Stephen Allmashy of Danbury Ct. on Apr. 15. Love and God bless you with good health from his mother, Lorraine, brother Kevin and his family, Stephen’s wife Tina and children Angelica and Alex.

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  • RYE BROOK BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Via Zoom. 7:30 p.m.: Public meeting. Tentative agenda: 1) Presentation and public hearing on the FY2021-22 tentative budget. 2) Considering annual organizational meeting resolutions. 3) Considering appointments to various boards, commissions and committees....

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