CORTLANDT, N.Y. – Less than one month before the presidential election, there is plenty of opportunity for civic involvement in the Town of Cortlandt. Croton Village Manager Abraham Zambrano will hold a community meeting, discussing any topics that concern village residents, at the Harmon Firehouse, and the Croton Free Library hosts a discussion on how to best plan a garden of native plants.
Monday, Oct. 22
Cortlandt Town Board Work Session: 7 p.m. The Cortlandt Town Board will discuss current issues, but there will not be a portion of the meeting dedicated to public comment. Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady St., Cortlandt.
Croton Board of Trustees Work Session: 7:30 p.m. The village Board of Trustees will discuss current issues, but there will not be a portion of the meeting dedicated to public comment. Stanley H. Kellerhouse Municipal Building, 1 Van Wyck St., Croton-on-Hudson.
Hendrick Hudson Free Library Board Meeting: 8 p.m. The Hendrick Hudson Free Library Board will meet at the library, 185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose. The meeting is open to the public.
Tuesday, Oct. 23
"Gardens Filled With Life: Designing With Native Plants": 7 p.m. Author and landscape architect Carolyn Summers will discuss how to plan a garden with species native to northern Westchester. Croton Free Library, 171 Cleveland Drive, Croton-on-Hudson.
Croton Planning Board: 8 p.m. The village Planning Board will discuss current projects and take legislative action. Stanley H. Kellerhouse Municipal Building, 1 Van Wyck St., Croton-on-Hudson.
Wednesday, Oct. 24
Croton Community Meeting: 7-8:30 p.m. Croton Village Manager Abraham Zambrano will be at the Harmon Firehouse to discuss issues important to residents. 30 Wayne St., Croton-on-Hudson.
Hendrick Hudson Board of Education Meeting: 7:30 p.m. The Hendrick Hudson school board holds a regular meeting. A portion of the meeting will be dedicated to public comment. Hendrick Hudson High School library, 2166 Albany Post Road, Montrose.
"Ask Astorino" Town Hall: 7 p.m. County Executive Rob Astorino will give an update on his administration's work and detail his three biggest political goals: "providing tax relief, preserving essential services and promoting economic development." Cortlandt Town Hall, 1 Heady St., Cortlandt.
Thursday, Oct. 25
Matinee Movie: 1:30 p.m. French pastry chefs compete for "The Nobel Prize of pastry" in this PBS and POV co-sponsored documentary. This event is free. Hendrick Hudson Free Library, 185 Kings Ferry Road, Montrose.
Haunting Tales for Middle Schoolers: 7 p.m. Hear a selection of readings from Adam Gidwitz's new book, "In a Glass Grimmly," and other haunting tales to prepare for the holiday season. The event is for children in grades five through eight. Croton Free Library, 171 Cleveland Drive, Croton-on-Hudson.
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