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Putnam Valley Residents Hope to Resurrect Historical Church
As the Tompkins Corners Methodist Church stands empty and for sale, a push is being made to revitalize the church and make it a spot integral to the community once again. A group of about 20 Putnam Valley residents are looking to turn the church, which is on the national register for historic places, into […]
Happening April 17 2014 - Source:

Putnam Valley School Board Approves Safety Plan
The Putnam Valley Board of Education voted unanimously last week to adopt a Districtwide Safety Plan. The plan has several aspects, including having the school board annually appoint a Districtwide Safety Team. Some of the team members will include board of education trustees, students, teachers, security and safety personnel and parent organization representatives. The team […]
Happening March 26 2014 - Source:

Wills Restores Some Teaching Positions in 2014-15 Budget
Responding to criticisms from parents and teachers, Putnam Valley Superintendent of Schools Dr. Frances Wills is restoring some teaching positions she sought to cut in her proposed 2014-15 budget. In her original $48,014,091 budget proposal, Wills sought a decrease in staff by the equivalent of 4.2 full-time positions due to lower enrollment. But as she […]
Happening March 25 2014 - Source:

Students Make a Difference at Putnam Valley High School
By Janine Bowen The Putnam Valley High School Make a Difference club was awarded the district’s Pride in Putnam Valley award at Thursday’s board of education meeting for dedication and commitment to community service. The club, which consists of around 60 students, has raised thousands of dollars for various charities over the years by holding […]
Happening January 17 2014 - Source:

Turning Trash into Cash, Ball Hosts Energy Jobs Forum
Senator Greg Ball, Chairman of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, hosted a community briefing regarding sustainable energy development, specifically biomass energy, and it’s prospects for creating good paying jobs throughout New York State. Supervisor Bob Tendy accommodated the forum on Thursday evening at the Putnam Valley Town Hall. Biomass energy is […]
Happening December 25 2013 - Source:

Rolison Seeks State Senate Seat, Takes Part in Forum
Touting his long public service record, Duchess County Legislature Chairman Rob Rolison told about 60 residents in Putnam Valley last week he was the right candidate to retake the 41st District state Senate seat for the Republican Party. The seat is currently held by Democrat Terry Gipson. Rolison was the only candidate to participate in […]
Happening December 11 2013 - Source:

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Former Employee Accused of Burglarizing Restaurant
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports the arrest of a Mahopac man in connection with the break-in at a local restaurant where he was formerly employed. At about 9:20 P.M. on April 22, 2014, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an automatic intrusion alarm at the Char Steak House, located at Bryant Pond Road in Putnam Valley. Upon arrival of the deputies, they found that forced entry had been made into the building by way of a rear door. An immediate search of the premises determined that the intruder(s) fled from the scene prior to their arrival. After interviewing the restaurant owner, Deputies Peter Vigilio and Brian Aisenstat were able to identify Mr. Victor Zuniga-Chirinos, aged 29, of 43 Secor Road, as a person of interest. The owner reported that Mr. Zuniga-Chirinos was recently terminated from the eatery. Mr. Zuniga-Chirinos’ description was broadcasted to area patrols and, minutes later, a Town of Carmel Police officer spotted a man fitting that description walking along Secor Road. Carmel officers and sheriff’s deputies located him near his home. Proceeds from the burglary, consisting of sea food items and liquor, were recovered. Mr. Zuniga-Chirinos was arrested by Deputies Vigilio and Aisenstat and charged with burglary in the third degree, a felony. Sheriff’s Investigators Jeffrey Devolve and James Bambino processed the restaurant crime scene. Mr. Zuniga-Chirinos was arraigned before Putnam Valley Town Justice Gina Capone, who ordered him held at the Putnam County Correctional Facility in lieu of $50,000 cash bail or $100,000 bond. He is due to appear in court on April 25th at 10 A.M. If convicted of the burglary charge, the defendant could face up to seven years in prison. Further investigation revealed that he was wanted by federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) officials on an outstanding administrative warrant of removal from the United States. In accordance with standard operating procedures of the Sheriff’s Office, corrections officials notified ICE agents, who lodged an immigration detention order with the jail. Upon his release from jail on the burglary charge, Mr. Zuniga-Chirinos will be turned over to ICE agents for immigration proceedings.
April 22 2014 - Source:

Westchester Man Charged With Violating Order of Protection
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith announces the arrest of a Westchester County man who violated an order of protection. On April 14, 2014 at 6:49 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Brian Aisenstat stopped a speeding motorist on Sprout Brook Road in the Town of Philipstown. The deputy determined that the driver, identified as Victor J. Tonndorf, 64, of 34 Doris Lee Road, Cortlandt Manor, New York held a suspended license. The deputy further determined that a passenger in the vehicle held an active temporary order of protection against Mr. Tonndorf. The deputy arrested Mr. Tonndorf and charged him with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree and with Criminal Contempt in the Second Degree, misdemeanors. The defendant was processed at the PCSD Nelsonville Substation and subsequently arraigned by Town of Putnam Valley Justice Gina Capone on behalf of the Town of Philipstown. The defendant was committed to the Putnam County Correctional Facility in lieu of $5,000.00 cash bail or $10,000.00 bond pending a future appearance in the Town of Philipstown Justice Court to answer the charge. If found guilty of the misdemeanor charges, the defendant could face up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.00 for each charge.
April 21 2014 - Source:

Yonkers Man Killed in Easter Sunday Motorcycle Crash
Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith reports that a 38 year-old Yonkers (NY) resident was killed as a result of a motorcycle crash which occurred yesterday evening. Shortly before 6PM, Putnam County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to Wood Street, in Putnam Valley to investigate the crash. Upon their arrival, they located a 2005 Suzuki resting against a large rock and Anthony R. Fantasia, Jr. of 187 Elm Street lying on the ground in an unresponsive state. Members of the Mahopac Falls Fire Department ambulance squad, TransCare paramedics, Carmel police and the Putnam Valley Fire Department responded to the scene. Mr. Fantasia, however, was pronounced dead at the scene by Putnam County Coroner Daniel Stephens. Preliminary investigation indicates that the motorcycle was traveling northbound on Wood Street at an unreasonable speed when it failed to negotiate a curve, drove off the travel portion of the roadway and struck a large rock. The driver was ejected from the vehicle sustaining fatal injuries. The accident was investigated by Deputy Alex Ruhe, assisted by members of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Accident Reconstruction Team and investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation. The investigation is continuing.
April 21 2014 - Source:

Putnam Valley Man Faces Drug Charges
utnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith announces the arrest of a Putnam Valley man on a variety of charges when he was determined to be in possession of a quantity of illegal drugs during a traffic stop. On April 8, 2014 at 9:48 p.m., Deputy Sheriff Brian Aisenstat stopped a motorist who had committed traffic violations on Fishkill Road in the Town of Philipstown. Upon approach, the deputy observed a quantity of marijuana in plain view inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle. The deputy further determined that the driver, identified as Robert C. DeSantis, Jr., 35, of 15 Floradan Road, Putnam Valley was in possession of an additional amount of marijuana as well as a quantity of a controlled substance. Additionally, the deputy determined that Mr. DeSantis held a suspended license. The deputy arrested Mr. DeSantis and charged him with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle in the Third Degree; Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the Fifth Degree; and Criminal possession of a Controlled Substance in the Seventh Degree, misdemeanors. The defendant was processed at the Putnam County Correctional Facility and held pending arraignment. On April 9, 2014, the defendant was arraigned in the Town of Philipstown Justice Court and committed to the Putnam County Correctional Facility in lieu of $10,000.00 cash bail or bond pending a future court appearance. If found guilty of the misdemeanor charges, the defendant could face up to a year in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.00 for each charge.
April 15 2014 - Source:

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