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calendarDear Editor: At Scarsdale Security, we value our connection with the community and our participation in Village life. This year, we are proud to be a sponsor of the Scarsdale Community Calendar, compiled and distributed by the Scarsdale Council of Parent-Teacher Associations. These calendars are mailed to all households in the village. Printed in August, they correspond with the school year (September – August) and are marked to indicate school closings, school events, community meetings and information related to village organizations. A telephone directory for the school district, local government, village services and community organizations is also included in the calendar.

As a sponsor, Scarsdale Security has a supply of calendars available for distribution at no cost to you. If you would like a calendar, please contact Mary at Scarsdale Security. You can reach Mary directly at 914-722-2323.

We look forward to serving you – not only as the northeast's premier boutique for security, fire, camera and home automation systems – but also as your neighbor. Together, we all make our community a great place to call home.

Very truly yours,
David Raizen, President
Scarsdale Security Systems, Inc.

DEM1The Scarsdale Democratic Town Committee held a summer fundraiser at the home of B.K. Munguia and former Scarsdale Mayor Jon Mark on Thursday evening August 10. Funds were raised to support local Democratic candidates and to generate interest in the upcoming Westchester County elections when Democrat George Latimer is expected to challenge County Executive Rob Astorino for his seat. The event brought out many local leaders as well as those running for office in upcoming elections.

In attendance at the event were:

U.S. Representative: Eliot Engel
State Senator: Andrea Stewart-Cousins
State Assemblywoman: Amy Paulin
County Clerk: Tim Idoni
County Legislator: Ben Boykin
Candidate for County Executive: George Latimer
Candidate for County Court Judge: George Fufidio
Candidate for Supreme Court: Christi Acker
Candidate for Family Court Judge: Arlene Gordon-Oliver

Photo Credit: Lisa Van Gundy

citymousePlatinum Drive Realty to host author Stacey Lender at their Golden Horseshoe office on Wednesday, August 9th, 7-9pm in Scarsdale. 

Calling all suburban moms who made the difficult decision to leave the city for a life in the suburbs! Just in time for beach getaways and summer vacations, Platinum Drive Realty is hosting an evening book signing with "City Mouse" author, Stacey Lender.

Looking for an awesome beach read? Look no further than City Mouse, the summer's hottest book by debut author, Stacey Lender.

Priced out of their Manhattan neighborhood, Jessica and Aaron move with their young daughters to the one place Jessica swore she'd never go: the suburbs. But to Jessica's surprise, life in the commuter belt makes a great first impression. She quickly falls in with a clique of helpful mom friends who welcome her with pitchers of margaritas, neighborhood secrets, and a pair of hot jeans that actually fit.

Platinum Drive Realty understands that leaving the city-life behind is not easy and has been helping young families transition from the city to the suburbs since the very beginning. Additionally, many of the firm's own real estate agents experienced the challenging city vs. suburbs decision themselves!

It's through this shared connection with potential buyers that inspired Platinum Drive to create a real estate experience tailored around "the great divide" between moving to the suburbs to raise a family or remain in the city.

rossplattus shabtoMore than 600 people shopped for a good cause at UJA-Federation of New York's annual Hamptons Trunk Show on Thursday, August 3, at the Bridgehampton Historical Society. Hosted by UJA Women, the trunk show featured more than 70 vendors selling designer clothing, jewelry, accessories, and home décor, with twenty percent of the proceeds benefiting UJA-Federation, which cares for Jews everywhere and New Yorkers of all backgrounds. This year's event honored Ramy Sharp, who has demonstrated a deep commitment to philanthropy as event founder and chair for the past ten years.rsoeabrahamcurrenthome


ipicseatEver wondered what articles get the most hits on Scarsdale10583? Wonder no longer, because listed below are Scarsdale10583's greatest and lowest hits of the past three months. While police reports tend to be a crowd favorite, Scarsdale residents are clearly also interested in town events and policy discussions about the community. Lately there has been keen attention to a decision about facilities planning at the schools. On the other hand, community notifications, which are essential to our readers, don't typically draw as many hits. 

Top Hits

Photos from the Red Carpet: 7776

Scarsdale Mom Arrested for DWI with Child in Car: 6683

Luxury Movie Theater to Open in Dobbs Ferry5726

Greenacres Parents – the School Board Needs to Hear your Concerns5483

Architects Present Plans to Add Learning Commons to Five Scarsdale Schools: 5,241

School Board Gives Administration Approval to Move Forward With a Massive Addition to Greenacres School: 5024

ML Perlman: Breaking the Mold for Village Volunteer3538

Woman Arrested for Shoplifting Groceries3367

Fight at Boulder Brook Equestrian Center: 3323

School Board to consider changes to residency requirements: 3312

Eight Local Students Named National Merit Semi Finalists: 3151

Police Arrest Two in Connection with Berwick Road Burglary: 2641

The Centennial Graduation at Scarsdale High School2562

Same Sex Parenting in Westchester2336

Real Estate: 725 Residents File Tax Grievances Plus Sales, Featured Listings and Open Houses: 2312

Low Hits

From the Library: Used NYSSMA Books Wanted Plus Help for the Book Sale722

Back by Popular Demand: Free Food Scrap Compost and Rain Barrels637

Summer Mandarin Classes at the Teen Center: 588

12 Upholstered Dining Chairs for Sale: Best Offer!: 507

Former SHS Principal Norman Bussiere Passes Away at Age 91487

Charlotte Byers and Claudia Uribe Win the Barbara Williams Cup: 474

Volunteers Needed for Young Writers Workshop281

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