NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - It has been just one month since The Daily North Salem website was launched. Here are some of the month's highlights:
In the schools, Dr. Tom DiGaetano, won kudos for inspiring students with a passion for science . The O.P.T.I.O.N.S. program helped students choose a field of interest. Students at the high school grew and ate their own organic produce . A heat wave challenged the staff to keep classes cool. The month culminated with Graduation Day at Caramoor and Stepping Up Day at the Exceptional Children's School .
In the political arena, Lisa Douglas demanded equal rights to run on the Republican Ticket, Town Assessor Karen Futia explained her role and the Tax Cap Legislation passed. Board of Education President Katherine Daniels outlined her position on our Opinion Page.
The Garden Conservatory sponsored the annual tour of local gardens and several busloads of r eal estate agents toured local houses in conjunction with the merger of Prudential Douglas Elliman and local brokers, Holmes and Kennedy.
The town faced some challenging thunder storms and an annoying power outage. But a greater challenge arrived with the discovery of human remains in the Gaymark Preserve.
The Daily North Salem wants to be Your newspaper. Let us know what You would like to know about. Email kpacchiana@TheDailyNorthSalem.com. Thank you for a great first month.
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