'Original Taxcappers' in Cortlandt; College, Financial Aid Workshops; Wintry Mix

Here's what's going on in Cortlandt and Peekskill this week:

Monday, Jan. 27
  • City of Peekskill Committee of the Whole and Common Council meetings at 7 and 7:30 p.m., respectively [On the agendas: an American Legion presentation, liaison reports, Feb. 3 as a city-wide Day of Remembrance in honor of the Four Chaplains and tax anticipation notes]
  • "Captain Phillips" Free Film Screening at the Field Library at 6:30 p.m.
  • It's Regents Week across the state; Patch wishes local students the best of luck
  • Town of Cortlandt Town Board budget meeting at 7 p.m. [Click here for a message from Supervisor Linda Puglisi, who pledges to continue a "very low town tax increase record." She plans to forward that record to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and tell him that local Cortlandt officials are the "original 'taxcappers.'"]

Tuesday, Jan. 28

Wednesday, Jan. 29

Thursday, Jan. 30

Friday, Jan. 31
  • End of second quarters at Peekskill City Schools 

Expect a wintry mix to last most of Monday, according to the National Weather Service. The high will be about 35-degrees in Peekskill. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday look sunny or mostly sunny, with temperatures in the teens and twenties. Friday should be partly sunny with a high of approximately 33-degrees.

Visit the Patch calendar for more local events.


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