HARRISON, N.Y. – The following is a letter from Harrison Mayor Ron Belmont to the community:
With the spring season finally here, we move into one of the busiest times of the year. The warmer weather signals the start of community-wide efforts to improve our town.
Led by our dedicated town personnel, volunteers recently rolled up their sleeves and got to work during this year’s Spring Spruce Up Day.
The Town of Harrison is committed to a vision in which every neighborhood is a clean, green, beautiful place to live.
This goal can be reached only through cooperation and team work. You can find the entire Town/Village code here.
The following members of the Harrison Police Department received promotions: Lieutenant Edward Detlefs, Detective Antony Salov, Sergeant Robert Carlucci and Sergeant Vincent Lanzilotti.
Municipal agencies, in our region, have been learning about how they can recycle their existing pavements without having to add an overlay to the process.
Hot In-Place Asphalt Pavement Recycling (HIR) is a method of applying heat to an asphalt pavement, blending the upper layer of the old pavement with additional materials, and then compacting the blended materials back into place.
The Town/Village of Harrison will incorporate HIR into its 2016 resurfacing program starting Monday April 18.
I would like to recognize Keio Academy. In addition to being a school of excellence, the Keio community brings Japanese tradition and culture to Harrison and I appreciate all their contributions.
On Saturday, April 16, friends and family will be honoring former Harrison High School football coach, Art Troilo, Jr. from 7 to 11 p.m. at Halstead's Bar and Grill. All are welcome.
The next Lunch with the Mayor is Friday, April 15 at 25 Taylor Square, West Harrison.