Week in Review: Restitution for Briarcliff Sidewalk; New Pleasantville Police Lieutenant

Some highlights from the week of April 8 — 15, 2012 on Patch.

Briarcliff Manor officials against the two youths on North State Road.

Increased attorneys fees the proposed 2012-13 Briarcliff Manor schools budget.

The Pleasantville school district a capital reserve fund that would be use for facility improvements.

Erik Grutzner Pleasantville's new police lieutenant as Michael Wilson heads into retirement.

Todd Elementary School fifth graders , during which they learned about various illegal substances and how to say "no" to them.

Westchester County  Household Material Recovery Facility (H-MRF) in Valhalla this week.

Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce members of Beecher Funeral Home as this year's Businessperson of the Year.

A New Briarcliff Manor organization to aid elderly residents with everyday activities.

Briarcliff High School's baseball team  in its Diamond Classic tournament, sponsored by the Booster Club.

Examiner Media at the Westchester Table Tennis Center in Pleasantville Saturday, where area officials competed for a title.

Pace University its annual Relay for Life event on Friday.

Principals from Briarcliff Manor's three schools they have at this week's board of education work session.

Pleasantville resident Greg David's on the New York City economy hit shelves this week.

Local women The Vagina Monologues at the end of the month.

Briarcliff High School student and Girl Scout Marissa Contento at the organization's 100th anniversary gala.


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