Week in Review: Cuomo Comes to Pleasantville; Hess Sues Briarcliff Liquor Store

Some highlights from the week of June 27 — July 3, 2011 on Patch.

Governor Andrew Cuomo this week of the 2 percent property tax cap that goes into effect for local governments and school districts beginning in 2012.

Pleasantville Police Officer Aaron Hess, who fatally shot Pace University student DJ Henry in October, against a Briarcliff Manor liquor store.

The Atria Briarcliff Manor to recognize the hard work of the village's EMT, fire and police responders.

Briarcliff Middle School student Cameron Young of the Westchester Golf Association Amateur Championship this year.

Pleasantville's Fund for Learning , totaling $32,723, to teachers and students for the coming academic year.

The Briarcliff Manor Planning Board announced this week at the Chilmark center has been postponed until August, while the developer continues to work out details.

Officials in Pleasantville said in vandalism and other mischiefs behavior by youths in the village and are working to decrease the behvaior.

Last week, members of Girl Scout Troop 1318 in Briarcliff Manor an original play about bullying for their younger peers at Todd Elementary School.

Pace University has who will join the Setters' football team in the fall.

The Briarcliff Manor Rotary Club to nonprofit AIDSfreeAFRICA this week.

A in Pleasantville was featured in the second Drink of the Week column.

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