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Light the Downtown – May 26th @745pm

Let’s kick off the summer with an evening stroll in downtown Ossining.  The Village of Ossining’s Downtown Development Fund Council is proud to present an evening of fun and celebration as it lights up the downtown.  Stroll down the street where 50+ trees have been fitted with over 1,000 LED light sets, which is over […]

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Roundabout – Letter to Ossining Residents

Wednesday night, I was truly appalled by a “community meeting” in which Ossining Mayor Victoria Gearity and her Village Board (“OVB”) discussed a proposed Downtown Redevelopment Working Committee “(DRWC”), the membership of which the OVB will handpick. Composition notwithstanding, the work of the DRWC is to issue a report in late July to propose how the downtown […]

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Roundabout – Update

March 27,  2017 The primary mission of the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce (GOCC) is to strengthen the economic success of local businesses and by extension, that of the Ossining community as a whole. In this regard, the GOCC has an obligation to speak on proposed and actual governmental actions that may affect our businesses […]

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Greater Ossining Chamber Has Summer Internships Available

  Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce has “Summer Internships” available. Chamber Marketing & Graphic Arts Internship – click here Chamber Special Events & Programs Internship – click here Chamber Membership Administration Internship – click here Chamber Public Policy & Government Relations Internship – click here Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to […]

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Roundabout – Update

Following Wednesday night’s Village BOT meeting regarding Proposition Q and the Roundabout project. The Village Board decided to table the Roundabout for now and open discussion with a task force to discuss the Development of Downtown Ossining. Thank you to all who worked so hard to help collect 2703 petition signatures. Although many were deemed […]

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