1.) Murder Suspects Scheduled to Appear in Peekskill Court
John Murray and Beatrice Camper, the two suspected of murdering Peekskill resident Terry Camper, are expected to appear in city court today. Police arrested Murray and Beatrice Camper Friday. Police said Beatrice Camper, who was married to Terry Camper, hatched the plot with Murray so they could profit off of insurance policies that were taken out on the victim.
2.) Peekskill City Workers Gather
A city worker march on city hall has been announced for this evening, at 6 p.m. Workers and their supporters are marching to show their opposition to Acting City Manager Brian Havranek’s budget proposal for 2013. The spending plan being proposed would cut to the 31 full-time positions and 9 part-time positions for a savings of more than $3 million. Residents of the Peekskill Housing Authority are also expected to show up in support of the workers and to call for the resignation of Mayor Mary Foster.
3.) Peekskill Common Council Work Session and Meeting Scheduled Tonight
The Peekskill Common Council has scheduled a work session this evening at 6:30 p.m. inside the Paul Schwerman Conference at city hall. Following the work session, the board meet is scheduled to meet at 7:30 p.m. A copy of tonight’s board meeting agenda is available in the PDF attached to this story.
4.) School District Vote on BOCES Capital Project
Today’s the deadline for 18 school districts in the Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES consortium to vote on a $16.9 million project to redesign its therapy pools and replace HVAC units, roofs and fire alarm systems in the BOCES buildings. Peekskill schools was the first district to vote on the project on Oct. 2.
5. Rotary Club of Cortlandt Manor Meets
The Rotary Club of Cortlandt Manor has its regularly scheduled meeting and dinner today from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., inside the Cortlandt Colonial Restaurant & Ballroom. Dinner costs $23. Call (914) 293-0710 for more information.