1. Assemblyman Steve Katz Ticketed for Marijuana Possession and Speeding
Assemblyman Steve Katz (R–Mohegan Lake) was ticketed Thursday morning for being in possession of marijuana and speeding, state police said. Click here for more details and to read Katz's statement.
There is an opening on the Yorktown's zoning board of appeals and town officials are looking to fill the vacancy. Click here for more details.
3. Yorktown School Budget Discussion
The Yorktown BOE members will meet on Monday, March 18 at 7 p.m. at the Mildred E. Strang Middle School cafeteria. Items on the agenda include a presentation on the proposed 2013-2014 budget.
4. Somers Tuskers Summer Camp
Registration is now ongoing for the Somers Tuskers Summer Camps.
Click here for online registration for the Somers Tuskers Summer Camps.
5. Yorktown Photographer Exhibits at Library
Nancy Butterfield, a mom, pet groomer and photographer, is hosting a solo exhibit at the John C. Hart Library in Shrub Oak during the month of March. Photographs are open to the public for viewing and for sale during library hours.
Butterfield has been living in Yorktown the past 25 years, and owns The Pink Dogue Pet Salon in Lincolndale. Her passion for photography started in her 20s. Since then she is been involved in many volunteer organizations in town. She was also the past Vice President of the Color Camera Club. The exhibit consists of flowers, abstracts, and landscapes.