Come to the Comprehensive Plan Meeting on Monday

There is an important public hearing on the draft of Tarrytown’s Comprehensive Plan on Monday, November 19, 8pm at theVillage Hall. Please try to attend if you are able and please bring any questions, concerns, and suggestions about the draft plan. Please inform other groups, interested parties, neighbors, etc. Unfortunately, this was very poorly advertised by the Village. The Comp Plan draft document is here:
https://www.tarrytowngov.com/sites/tarrytownny/files/file/file/september_tt_connected_draft.pdf

Route 9 Active Transportation Campaign – Final Report and Public Meeting

This Saturday, November 17th from 1-3 pm, the Route 9 Active Transportation Conceptual Design Plan Coalition and Consultants from Nelson\Nygaard will present the final draft of a conceptual plan to make Broadway safer for people walking and cycling through Westchester’s Rivertowns. The open house will be held at the main rotunda at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry and will include discussion and next steps for implementation. TEAC urges members of our community to come hear what is proposed, and add your voice to the way traffic (of all kinds) will flow through our Villages.

Good-bye TaSH Farmers Market!

Come out this Saturday to find everything you need for your Thanksgiving celebration and support all of the local vendors, because this is the last full farmers market of the season! Check out their website for a full schedule of events and do not miss the holiday dessert making contest! http://tashfarmersmarket.org

Food-Scrap Drop-off Program is… UP AND RUNNING!

The Village of Tarrytown, in collaboration with TEAC, has established a local Food Scrap collection site and drop-off program. Residents can bring their food scraps and compostables in their own container or in compostable bags to specially-marked collection bins adjacent to the Senior Center. Convenient household collection kits comprising of a small countertop bin, a larger outside bin, and a roll of 25 compostable bags, are available for only $20 at the Warner Library and the Tarrytown Rec Center.

More information is here.