Snow; Council to Move Forward with Lester's Deal; Rye Brook Youth Soccer Kick Off

Five things you need to know to finish out the week, March 6-10.

1.      Snow

It is not officially spring yet. The weather forecast calls for a little snow and rain before 9 a.m. today. Expect more rain and snow tonight, becoming all snow after 9 p.m. The forecast is cloudy, with a low around 31 and wind gusts as high as 38 mph and one to two inches of snow accumulation is possible. The snow may continue into Thursday morning and even through to Friday.

2.      Rye Brook Youth Soccer Spring Kick Off

The huge annual event will take place on March 16-17 at the King Street Athletic Fields. Read all about it here. 

3.      Free Foreclosure Prevention Workshop

A Free Foreclosure Prevention Workshop will be held on Monday, March 11 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library. The event is funded through the New York State Attorney General Homeownership Protection Program. To register, send an email to hdswhousinghelp@aol.com

4.      Rye City Council

The Rye City Council will be meeting at 8 p.m. in City Hall tonight. They are expected to authorize the city manager to sign a Purchase and Sale agreement with Wolf Realty, 1037 Boston Post Road, LLC 1037 Boston Post Road, the current Lester’s building.

Read the full agenda here.  

5.      Save the Bird Homestead Guest Speaker

The Little Garden Club of Rye has invited guest speaker Chris Roddick to speak on the Culture and Care of Native Trees in a Changing Landscape.  Read about the event here.




Bob Zahm March 06, 2013 at 03:11 PM
Rye City Council disposing of the former CVS building should both "fix" the city's financial reserves issue AND free up "management" time to focus on governance and planning issues.
RyeDad March 06, 2013 at 04:35 PM
Disposing of Pickup, Wilson, Connors and Nodarse would be a much better "fix" and would free the taxpayers of the terrible stain and stench coming from City Hall. Getting rid of corruption, mismanagement and anyone lying who is entrusted with our City's finances and well being should be Rye's #1 priority.


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