A Sleepy Hollow man was sentenced to 22 years in jail on Tuesday after pleading guilty in late May to murdering his wife by choking her in their home in Webber Park last year.
With its Executive Director since 2009, John Sardy, scheduled to leave the Sleepy Hollow Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce, the organization is searching for a qualified person to fill the post. A Tarrytown resident since 1981, Sardy was an active leader of the Chamber, helping to build it into one of the more successful business community groups in the lower Westchester Hudson River communities.
By the time the calendar turns to 2015, General Motors’ vacated riverside site in Sleepy Hollow could return to a multi-million dollar tax generating property for the village and the Tarrytown School District. Following GM’s signed agreement in May for the sale of the property to a developer, that timing is the more optimistic view expressed by village officials.