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  1. ARDSLEY — Town, village resume push for 9A bypass

  2. DOBBS FERRY — One more added to list of plans for Main

  3. HASTINGS — Contest seeks artwork for reusable shopping bags

  4. IRVINGTON — Officials consider first step for Main Street

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GREENBURGH — Although last Saturday, Aug. 9, had all the perfect ingredients for a cookout — beautiful weather, friends and family, the smell of hamburgers grilling — it was a bittersweet occasion for the members of the Police Revolver and Rifle League firing range on Ardsley Road. This was a farewell event for the nonprofit organization, founded 73 years ago by law enforcement officials but with no official connection to law enforcement agencies. The PRRL lost its dollar-a-year lease with Con Edison on July 16 and was given 30 days to vacate the premises.

The PRRL’s eviction followed weeks of community outcry against the range, sparked by a June 17 incident in which a woman claimed she was grazed by a bullet fragment originating from the range while she sat in the yard of a new house on neighboring Birch Hill Road, in a Toll Brothers development called Ardsley Chase, where the first occupants moved in last year. Read more >

 
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