SCARSDALE, N.Y. – The Scarsdale Daily Voice reached out to local officials to ask what New Year’s resolutions they have for the village.
Scarsdale Mayor Miriam Levitt Flisser has high expectations for 2013, which will be her sixth year on the Village Board of Trustees, the last two as mayor. She said that the board has already begun working on the agenda, and hopes to continue many of the projects that have been ongoing in Scarsdale in recent years.
She is looking forward to completing revisions to the permanent emergency generator regulations and renovating the “aging infrastructure” in Scarsdale.
“This includes the Reeves Newsome Pumping Station and upgrades to our storm water installations, like the landscaped retention basins at George Field Park and Cooper Green,” she said. “We also want to continue refining the emergency notification system, which I helped create while I was the Tech Committee Chair.”
Levitt Flisser said the most important thing is to continue to keep the burden off of taxpayers in the village.
“All the while, we have to remain fiscally conscious by completing our village-wide property reevaluation and keeping tax increases minimal.”
The mayor invited all residents to join her at all Village Board Committee meetings, where they can express their thoughts and opinions on the matters that affect Scarsdale the most.
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