1. Bean Runner Wins Best Lunch Spot
We asked you to vote for your in Peekskill-Cortlandt and the Bean Runner won, with three votes. got two votes (one via Facebook), , Panera Bread, ’s and each got one vote as well. Anton’s in Croton also got one Facebook vote.
Look for a feature on the on Patch in the coming weeks. In the mean time, check out the we published yesterday in response to its winning last week’s Question of the Day:
Check with Patch tomorrow for an article on Over the Top, the band that won
2. Welcome Deb Milone
We have her on Patch, telling you about her energetic leadership of the , and now we get to welcome her on board Peekskill-Cortlandt Patch. Welcome Deb, our latest Local Voices blogger, we are thrilled to have you on the site. Read about Deb’s trip to the LaFarge Gypsum Plant in Buchanan here. If you are interested in blogging on Patch, click here.
3.HRHC Mural unveiling
At 9:30 a.m. the HRHC will unveil a mural created by AmeriCorps members. The AmeriCorps members worked on the project with local muralist Adele Kemp and artist Wilfredo Morel. Refreshments will be served after the unveiling.
4. Furnace Dock Lake Officially Saved
The Town of Cortlandt signed a contract with Con Edison yesterday, finalizing the deal for the town to(Rail Road Pond) for $300,000 from Con Ed. The 85 acres of land will become public property and the town will preserve the lake and watershed.
5. Peekskill City School District Seeks Volunteers for Financial Task Force
The district is seeking community members to join the financial task force in preparation for the formulation of the 2012-2013 school budget and a Five-Year Financial Forecasting Plan. The goal is to complete the plan by December 2011. The Board of
Education invites community volunteers with a financial background to forward a letter of interest and resume to the attention of Debra McLeod, District Clerk at email@example.com, by July 15, 2011.
Read more here.