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Saturday, September 22, 2007

09/22/07 - The Abels And The Westmore News Is Once Again Asking Their Neighbors For Money, Even Though Bernie Abell Made Their Tax Bills Sky Rocket

Hey, get ready to pull out your credit card if you want to read tainted news stories at http://pc.westmorenews.con/

- Oh were sorry we meant to type .com .


Did you ever notice how the Abel's and the Westmore News constantly try to mislead their neighbors here in Port Chester?

For example, they are always promoting their "Free Internet Access in the Westmore News And The Paper, but you click on the links and they want you to pay thirty bucks for the free Internet access. The Journal News and the other papers in Westchester don't play these Internet access games.

For example, lets say you are a true Conservative and you want to read about how Bobby Moribito and Robert Harris shellacked Sam "I Am A Political Sleaze Bag" Terenzi and his newest little sidekick John DeCrescenzo.

If you click on this link from the Westmore News

The Biased And Greedy Abel Clan will try and shake you down for thirty bucks.

However, The Journal News doesn't try to mislead you with bogus and misleading claims of "Free Internet Access".

If you Click on this Journal News Link...

You will see how the Conservatives rejected Sam "I Am A Political Sleaze Bag" Terenzi and his newest little side kick John DeCrescenzo. And you don't have to give the hopelessly biased and greedy Abel's any of your hard earned dollars.

However if you like being played for a fool by the Greedy Abel Clan, then please visit Port Chester's number one.....

However, if you are tired of having the Westmore News misinform you with their biased reports then maybe you might enjoy Port Chester Roundup's Truly Free Internet Access to this article about....

Westmore Snooze Founder Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel and Port Chester Republican Chairman Billy "I Love Kissing Bernie's Old Wrinkly Butt" Vilanova.

Billy Villanova really hates it if someone comes to the Rye Town Board Meeting and says that Westmore News founder Bernie Abel was only acting like a fool on cable TV, because he once again got caught cheating on his property taxes. Port Chester Republican Chairman Billy Villanova, ...

09/22/07 Welcome to the Port Chester High School Class of 1982 Blog Page.


Welcome to the Port Chester High School Class of 1982 Blog Page. Here you can post blogs that you wish our classmates to know about, such as birth announcements, work promotions, address & email changes or anything else you wish to share. Also, there will be posting about gatherings, which hopefully will be 2 or 3 times per year.

Filed under: Class of 1982

09/22/07 - Port Chester High School Band Association's photostream (3,380 photos)

09/22/07 - Letter To The Editor - Forget Gotti, Pursue Illegal Immigrants

Forget Gotti, pursue illegal immigrants

When are the feds going to realize they just don't have what they need and what it takes to convict John Gotti Jr.? They have spent millions of dollars trying to make a case that they just can't make. Haven't they embarrassed themselves enough?

Could you imagine what good they could do if they took all that money and effort and went after the real criminals. We have over 12 million illegals in this country who have robbed us of billions of dollars in taxes and we're chasing a guy who owes $140,000. Gotti made an agreement to make restitution by mid-November and has dealt directly with the IRS as was the agreement. Last I checked, we are still in September. Our government needs to get their priorities straight and focus on some real issues. When are we going to realize that it is not the Mob that is ruining the fabric of our society but in fact it is the millions of illegals that are slowly killing all of us hard-working tax-paying Americans.

Edward J. Gerrity III

Port Chester

Source: Journal News

Port Chester Roundup - This Week's News 09/16/07 - 09/21/07


Source: Journal News

A handcuffed and scruffy-looking 26-year-old man accused of raping a woman then running away to Chicago was arraigned on two felony charges in Village Court today and returned to jail without bail.

Federico Ordaz-Cejia appeared in a crowded courtroom in a white sleeveless T-shirt, disheveled black hair and a beard shadow. Three letters of an "Ordaz" tattoo arched across his back that police had included as part of the rape suspect description were easily seen.

The suspect nodded his head and said nothing as a court interpreter explained in Spanish the two charges against him - first-degree rape and second-degree kidnapping, both carrying maximum sentences of 25 years in prison.

Cejia did not enter a plea during his brief appearance.

Source URL: http://www.thejournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007709210438


Source URL: Journal News
Fox Island Road: Neighbors of a noisy 6 a.m. party were hit with rocks Sunday after police asked a dozen revelers to go home. Three Port Chester men were charged with felony assault; a third is accused of interfering with the arrests and was also charged, police said. Police said one annoyed party-goer threw a brick at 30-year-old man from next door to the 62 Fox Island Road party, striking him in the head. Another threw a rock through that neighbor's window causing shards of glass to strike a 63-year-old woman in the face, police said. Both victims got stitches at Greenwich Hospital. A third woman was struck in the leg by a ricocheting rock, police said. Klever Guyallasaca, 23, of 54 Haseco Ave., his brother Jorge, 27, of 64 Smith St. and Manuel Guaman, 31, of 113 Haseco Ave. were charged with second-degree assault, a felony. Klever Guyallasaca was also charged with third-degree assault and second-degree reckless endangerment, both misdemeanors. Manuel Pusha, 18, of 54 Fox Island Road was charged with second-degree obstructing governmental administration, a misdemeanor. Police said Pusha put his hands on a police officer arresting one of the Guyallasacas and attempted to push him away.

Adee Street: A 20-year-old Norwalk, Conn., man who yelled at police and refused to move on at 3 a.m. Tuesday when he and another man were blocking a sidewalk left a small bag of cocaine in a police cruiser and was found to have a second bag in his pant pocket, police said. Coleman Pride was charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, and disorderly conduct, a violation.

North Main Street: Police said a highly intoxicated 21-year-old rode his bicycle through the front window of Vinny's Lunch, 182 N. Main St., at 2:06 p.m. Saturday. Alejandro Jesus, no known address, did not require medical attention and was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, for the $400 in damage

Source URL: http://www.thejournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007709210366


Source: Poughkeepsie Journal

Running clubs get there starts in all kinds of ways.

By next year, Krzysztof Wasielewski and Andrew Wojton hope theirs - the Polish Eagles Runners Club - has enough members that it is recognized by the New York Road Runners Club.

On Sunday, Wojton, who is from Port Chester (Westchester County), was running the half-marathon and Wasielewski, who is from Dover Plains, completed the full 26.2-mile ...

Source URL: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007709200313


Source: Journal News
Longtime Supervisor Robert Morabito swept to an easy victory over former town accountant Saverio Terenzi in the race for the Conservative line.

Morabito was ahead by a nearly 2-1 margin with 27 of 31 election districts reporting, according to unofficial results.

"I'm very grateful that the Conservatives thought that I was fiscally conservative enough to warrant their nomination," he said.

Both candidates were seeking the line in the race for the four-year, $17,150-a-year supervisor position, which Morabito has held for nearly 16 years.

Morabito, 51, who also has the Democratic and Working Families lines, said he is seeking re-election in order to see several projects to fruition, including the revaluation, an effort to reduce the town's carbon footprint and a plan with school districts and Rye Brook to build new ball fields at Port Chester Middle School.

He is the deputy commissioner of environmental facilities for Westchester County and a Port Chester resident.
Source: Westchester County
Here we go again!
Chalking up the first ever Westchester County Soul Food Cook-Out earlier this summer as a success, the Office of African American Affairs is now planning for #2. The next free healthy cook-out event will be Sat., Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Weber Drive in Port Chester.
Just as the kick-off June event at Yosemite Park was geared to Greenburgh residents, this one is for the Port Chester community. The county particularly hopes for a good turnout from residents living in the neighboring Weber, Travis and Purdy housing complexes.
The Office of African American Affairs launched the community cook-out concept this summer as a creative way to encourage people -- especially in the Caribbean community -- to develop good nutritional habits. Student chefs from Westchester Community College will prepare favorite foods such as jerk chicken and an array of salads using healthier recipes and alternative ways of food preparation. Attendees get to sample the menu and take home the recipes.......

Four charged in Port Chester robbery

Source: Journal News

A 23-year-old Port Chester man was pistol-whipped and punched early Monday after telling one of four men robbing him that he looked familiar.......
......Esteban Rios, 20, of 130 Spring St.; Jose Louis Quinones, 24, of 146 Irving Ave.; Willy Marroquin, 19, of 9 Abendroth Place; and Jose Bonilla, 19, of 136 Irving Ave. were charged with second-degree robbery, a felony.

The victim declined medical attention, Ladeairous said.

The police found a Motorola cell phone and some identification in the vacant apartment that may be the proceeds of an earlier robbery on Irving Avenue ......

The plan to rehabilitate downtown Norwalk was approved last night by the Common Council's Planning Committee.
The mixed-use project stretching from Wall Street to West Avenue, and Leonard Street and Isaacs Street, will go for a vote before the council Monday.
The committee yesterday approved the plan's land disposition agreement - the contract between the city and developer that includes everything from the project's master site plan to blueprints, infrastructure requirements and eminent domain information.
The developer, Poko Partners of Port Chester, N.Y., needs zoning approvals. It also must purchase several properties in the project area, including the Globe Theater, ...

Source URL: http://www.norwalkadvocate.com/news/local/scn-sa-nor.planning3sep18,0,6925239.story


Source: The Journal News

An accident was slowing northbound traffic on the New England Thruway near the Interstate 287 interchange about 9:15 a.m. today. Further details were not immediately available. The accident is expected to take at least an hour to clear, police said.

Sidewalks in the suburbs

Source: Journal News
For decades now in these northern suburbs, planners, environmentalists and others have gone on about the virtues of sidewalks and their ability to connect people and communities......

...... to New Castle in Westchester, communities are taking fresh looks at their sidewalks, or the lack thereof. Port Chester's refurbishing its sidewalks. Larchmont's adding sidewalks. Mount Vernon's widening sidewalks. Clarkstown's hamlets are looking ......

Source URL: http://www.thejournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2007709170322


Source: Journal News
Property owners in most of the Westchester communities near Long Island Sound would be asked to pay a fee - perhaps $60 a year for each house - to support a new agency that would attack growing flood problems under a proposal outlined in a new report.
The report, commissioned by a group with representatives from 12 cities, towns and villages between the Bronx River and Long Island Sound, suggests a regional storm-water management district with a $7.2 million annual budget. Its functions would include maintaining and improving storm-water-drainage systems and helping develop ways to build on and use land that slow runoff and prevent erosion......

... Mamaroneck town and village, the communities involved are Mount Vernon, Rye, Harrison, Larchmont, Scarsdale, Port Chester, Rye Brook and the villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor. Eastchester and White Plains are not part of the district, although ...

Source URL: http://www.nyjournalnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070917/NEWS02/709170349


Parade marks fire company anniversary in Port Chester

Qoute Of The Day - Anthony R. Tirone, “We are a family of members that participate on a weekly basis through other philanthropic activities.”

Story: A sun-filled sky and a brisk breeze prevailed over the Grand Parade yesterday that celebrated the 125th anniversary of Mellor Engine and Hose Company No.
The parade marked the culmination of three days of festivities at the South End Firehouse.

Mellor Engine and Hose Company No. 3 falls under the umbrella of the Port Chester Volunteer Fire Department, which is comprised of seven volunteer companies and one paid unit of 12 firefighters.......

Source: Journal News
STONY POINT - As he nears the end of an exhausting five-year world tour, the Rev. Pascual Chavez - global leader of the Salesians of Don Bosco - can't help thinking that everyone from world leaders to ordinary people have lost the drive to help the sick and poor and forgotten.

Economic globalization and technological progress make the planet seem smaller each day, he said. But the world is starving for imagination and hope and faith in something bigger.

"We are living through a crisis," he said last week at the Don Bosco Retreat Center here. "Today, people do not believe in a better possible world. There are no more big ideas. Without a real social project, the individual is taking on more and more power, creating a more selfish world."

On the one hand, you would expect the leader of the Salesians, the world's third-largest Catholic order, to be dissatisfied with the treatment of the poor and marginalized. Since St. John Bosco, who as Don (Father) Bosco, founded the community in 19th century Italy, the Salesians have worked to serve and teach youth who are seemingly without hope.......

...... Salesian leaders at Salesian High School in New Rochelle. On Sept. 9, he visited Holy Rosary Parish in Port Chester to lead a celebration of the order's work with immigrants and the poor. And last week, he lead a retreat for Salesian priests and ......

Source: Journal News

.......Port Chester 8 Westlake 14, Hastings 12 Ossining 14, Somers 13 New Rochelle 23, John Jay 22, 3 OT Putnam Valley 12......

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