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SOLAR PANELS PLANNED FOR 4 WHITE PLAINS CITY OWNED SITES AND THROUGHOUT 20 MUNICIPALITIES.
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THE SAD TRUTH ABOUT WHAT THE KENSICO AVE KILLING SAYS
WPCNR SCHOOL DAYS. From the City School District. April 29, 2016:
THIS MORNING WHITE PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL WENT ON LOCKDOWN, AFTER TWO STUDENTS OBSERVED A BOY BRING “SHARP OBJECTS” INTO THE SCHOOL, MICHELE SCHOENFELD, CLERK TO THE SCHOOL DISTRICT, TOLD WPCNR NEWS at 8:45 A.M. THIS MORNING,
“The two girls notified administrators. It turned out the boy was bringing in props for a Shakespeare PLAY. It was very observant of the girls.”
The incident was found not to be a threat.
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REGISTRATION FOR SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION
Registration for the White Plains Board of Education Annual Budget Vote & Election will take
place on Saturday, April 30, Noon to 5 P.M., at Mamaroneck Avenue School, Nosband Avenue. A registrant must be a citizen of the United States, 18 years of age or more, and a White Plains resident for at least 30 days prior to the election.
If a resident has voted in a General Election in the past four years, he/she is automatically registered and need not re-register.
Voters who have moved within the City of White Plains since they last voted may also re- register at this time.
The election will take place on Tuesday, May 17th, from Noon to 9 P.M.
For your polling place and further information, please call 422-2000.
WPCNR MAIN STREET JOURNAL. From Neighbors ACT. April 27, 2018:
A pro French American School of New York group, of a proclaimed 800 members has scheduled a news conference, not a rally they tell WPCNR, Thursday morning (tomorrow) at 10 A.M. on the front steps of City Hall to demand city leaders tell them “how much taxpayer money has been spent and is currently allocated to spend on (defending) the (continuing) lawsuit (against the city by the French American School of New York).
One week ago, Judge Joan Lefkowitz denied the city request to dismiss the FASNY Article 78 suit. The Judge has given the city 20 days (approximately some date between May 9 and May 13 to furnish all further responses, facts, and documents to the 11 Causes of Action FASNY has sued the city for in the refusal (by tabling) the site plan Special Permit vote previously scheduled for August 5 of 2015, when it was tabled.
Crime Scene: Aaron George was arrested and charged with the murder of Dominique Hospie April 17 in White Plains at 91 Kensico Avenue (above) the Westchester District Attorney’s Office announced yesterday. A second suspect who alledgedly drove Mr. George to the scene has also been charged, the District Attorney’s Office reported.
WPCNR POLICE GAZETTE. APRIL 27, 2016, UPDATED APRIL 28, 2016:
THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE ANNOUNCED THE ARREST OF AARON GEORGE, 21, WHO WAS CHARGED WITH SECOND DEGREE MURDER IN THE MURDER OF DOMINIQUE HOSPIE THE MORNING OF SUNDAY APRIL 17 THAT TOOK PLACE IN FRONT OF 91 NORTH KENSICO AVENUE IN WHITE PLAINS.
HOSPIE, THE VICTIM THAT MORNING HAD PREVIOUSLY SHOT MR. GEORGE IN 2011. MR. GEORGE ALLEGEDLY SHOT HOSPIE FOR REVENGE FOR HOSPIE SHOOTING HIM IN 2011.
THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE HAS ALSO CHARGED MICHAEL DJUKIC WITH SECOND DEGREE MURDER FOR ALLEDGEDLY DRIVING MR. GEORGE AWAY FROM THE SCENE OF THE CRIME.
WPCNR THE LETTER TICKER. APRIL 24, 2016:
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WPCNR WHITE PLAINS LAW JOURNAL. Special to WPCNR. April 22, 2016:
WPCNR asked for comment from Michael Zarin, the attorney for the French American School of New York to comment on the Tuesday Judge Lefkowitz decision that the city motion to dismiss the FASNY Article 78 to clarify whether the city could appeal the denial of dismissal.
WPCNR asked, ” I do not think the city has appealed the Preliminary Decision to the Appellate Court…that was made awhile back…are the facts the judge is giving the city 20 days to respond on concern all 11 Causes of Action or just the first 5?”
Mr. Zarin explained in a statement to WPCNR late Thursday:
“The City filed a defective Notice of Appeal with the Appellate Court in connection with the Preliminary Action, and sought an automatic stay. Judge Lefkowitz rejected the City’s tactics as “farcical.”
The City is not legally permitted to appeal the most recent Decision. It is considered technically a “non-final decision, ” although you can see where the Court is going on the ultimate merits.
Procedurally, I think that the Court made abundantly clear that it now expects this matter to be decided quickly – no extensions. That is the intent and meaning of an Article 78 Action.
Again, I think that the Judge made very clear that this case has already gone on too long, including the City illegally trying to wear FASNY down through attrition and purposeful delay and other improper tactics.
All Eleven Causes of action were preserved by the Court, and will be decided.