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Week in Review: Saw Mill Tower Plan Suspended; Aide Positions Eliminated in Briarcliff Schools

Some highlights from the week of Feb. 27 — March 4, 2012 on Patch.

After weeks of protests from locals, the New York State Department of Transportation announced this week it with the traffic-monitoring towers on the Saw Mill River Parkway.

The Briarcliff Manor school board throughout the district, as well as create assistant positions to replace them.

The Village of Pleasantville , celebrating a rare Leap Year birthday.

Patch readers as to grab a dessert.

The Briarcliff Manor school board with the least expensive remediation option for the softball field—they voted unanimously to use natural turf to cover up the currently unused space.

A two-car accident in Briarcliff Manor Wednesday morning on both vehicles involved, but no injuries were reported.

Pleasantville High School graduate Oorlagh George and her father Terry George last Sunday for short film The Shore.

While home prices in Briarcliff Manor , new residents said there is still much to be excited about when moving to the village.

Pleasantville and White Plains men for allegedly stealing from a North State Road business.

Pleasantville's Le Loft Salon & Spa this weekend to benefit the charity Operation Prom.

No one was hurt when a Wheeler Avenue building in Pleasantville this week.

A Mount Kisco man this week in Mount Pleasant.

New York State Police for allegedly driving while impaired by drugs this week.

The site of Pleasantville's former Jackson & Wheeler restaurant as Miyabi this week, as new signage was mounted on the Wheeler Avenue storefront.

Pace University's football team visited Bedford Road School for the second year in a row in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday Friday.

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