ARMONK, N.Y. – In its first meeting of 2013, the North Castle Town Board will unveil the new town website in a presentation on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in North Castle Town Hall.
The presentation will be conducted by Jonathan Falk, of Virtual Towns & Schools, the company responsible for creating the site. North Castle Town Clerk Anne Curran anticipates the new site will present a significant upgrade compared to its predecessor.
“We are very excited about the development of a new North Castle website,” said Curran. “It will be an efficient, easy way to access all kinds of town information.”
Additional items on the agenda include the board’s discussion of Brynwood Golf & Country Club’s final scoping document, in regards to its plan to build 88 condominium units on 14.7 acres of its 156-acre property. The final document will factor in the opinions of residents, which were voiced to the board in November 2012.
North Castle Town Supervisor Howard Arden said that while the Town Board will get an idea at Wednesday's meeting of where it stands on the Brynwood project, a vote is not expected until the next board meeting on Jan. 23.
The Town Board also will acknowledge officially the retirement of Police Chief Roert D’Angelo, effective Jan. 11. D’Angelo has held the position for the last 21 years and has been on the force for 40. When he announced his retirement in December he indicated he was excited to spend more time with his grandchildren. It is not yet known who will be taking his place, although it is believed the promotion will come from within the department.
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