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Bill Monti

Community Advisor

Bill is a 25 year resident of North Salem. He served on the Town Zoning Board of Appeals and Town Council; he currently serves on Board of Assessment Review and Housing Board. He is a retired power plant manager, having managed Con Edison's Indian Point Nuclear Power Station and Waterside Steam-Electric Complex (NYC). He and his wife are founding Co-chairs of the Westchester Walk to Defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease).

Bill Monti's Contributions

  1. Letter To The Editor: Concerned About Indian Point Closure

    Letter To The Editor: Concerned About Indian Point Closure

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- Cortlandt Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed letters to Cortlandt@dailyvoice.com.To the editor:This premature shutting down of the Indian Point facilities will bring untold economic distress along with many other hardships, too numerous to list, to the Hudson Valley and beyond.Has consideration with been given to all the aspects of this ...

  2. Letter To The Editor: New York Can't Afford More Subsidies For Clean Energy

    Letter To The Editor: New York Can't Afford More Subsidies For Clean Energy

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- North Salem Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit a letter, email northsalem@dailyvoice.com.To the Editor, Politico recently reported that a variety of renewable energy producers in New York are seeking state subsidies to continue producing energy for the state.The proposed payments add up to our state's economic ...

  3. Letter To The Editor: New York State Government Fails Again

    Letter To The Editor: New York State Government Fails Again

    NORTH SALEM,  N.Y. - -North Salem Daily Voice accepts signed, original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, e-mail northsalem@dailyvoice.com This is a prime example of another government failure to serve, it (government) is the beast that must be fed --- ...

  4. Letter To The Editor: Government Should Not Subsidize Energy Production

    Letter To The Editor: Government Should Not Subsidize Energy Production

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y.  -- The North Salem Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send letters to northsalem@dailyvoice.com.I read  “Tale of 2 Nuclear Plants” by Thomas C. Zambito in The Journal News Sunday, May 22, 2016 edition. I would like to offer the following observations for consideration by my fellow citizens: The government should not provide any financial inducements, ...

  5. MaryAnn Castellano, 75, North Salem Resident

    MaryAnn Castellano, 75, North Salem Resident

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. – MaryAnn V. Castellano, 75, of North Salem, died Thursday, July 7. She was 75.Born April 12, 1941, in the Bronx, she was the daughter of Rose and Al Tarantino. She worked her first job at The Mary Chess Perfume Company on Fifth Avenue in New York City. After marrying Michael and while raising her children, she worked in the North Salem School District as a teacher’s ...

  6. Westchester Walk To Defeat ALS Raises Close to $200,000

    Westchester Walk To Defeat ALS Raises Close to $200,000

    PURCHASE, N. Y. -- More than 50 teams took on the 2-mile Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, June 26, at Manhattanville College in Purchase to raise close to the $200,000 goal for the 14th annual fundraising event.Prior to the walk, 81 percent of that goal had been collected, and more donations are coming in. The annual walk benefits the Greater New York Chapter of ALS Association, an ...

  7. Battle Of The Chefs Benefits Founders Hall In Ridgefield

    Battle Of The Chefs Benefits Founders Hall In Ridgefield

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Three local chefs matched sharp knives and quick wits at Battle of the Chefs, which raised over $43,000 to support life-long learning at Founders Hall in Ridgefield. Chefs Beck Bolender of One Twenty One in North Salem, Jehan S. de Noüe of Albano Appliance and JSN Catering in Pound Ridge, and Frank Bonnaudet of Sucré Salé in Ridgefield, each opened a basket of ...

  8. Walk To Erase ALS Scheduled In Purchase

    Walk To Erase ALS Scheduled In Purchase

    PURCHASE, N.Y. -- The ALS Association will hold its 14th Annual Westchester Walk to Defeat ALS fundraiser Sunday, June 26 on the Manhattanville College campus in Purchase. There will be at least 58 teams of walkers and other individuals, representing friends and family of ALS victims, alive and deceased. The creator of the Ice Bucket Challenge -- Pat Quinn -- will also be at the event. ...

  9. Croton Falls Resident Drew Outhouse Has Deep Roots In Community

    Croton Falls Resident Drew Outhouse Has Deep Roots In Community

    CROTON FALLS, N.Y. -- Drew Outhouse had roots in Croton Falls long before he was born. His family members were dairy farmers in the 1800s, and their farm once occupied most of the hamlet."The original farm was situated in what is the Croton Falls Reservoir just north of the dam. Then when New York City built the reservoir system, my grandfather Arthur James Outhouse bought a farm ...

  10. North Salem Officials Take Oath Of Office

    North Salem Officials Take Oath Of Office

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- The North Salem Town Board took its Oath of Office on Saturday.The master of ceremonies was Deputy Supervisor Peter Kamenstein.Town board officials were sworn into office by Justices John Aronain and Stephen Bobolia. Each new official was joined by members of their families as the oath of office was administered. The event was attended by more than 60 residents.

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