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We have just begun the project of scanning archive issues of the newsletter and will be posting them as they are completed.
The back issues of the Piermont Newsletters now being put online here are from the archives of the Piermont Library, which has been collecting them since the early days of the PCA. An assessment of the collection done after the move revealed some gaps and a call for help in filling them was sent out via the Newsletter. Interested residents supplied missing copies and a close-to-complete set is now being prepared for binding.
Having the archive online will make this resource available to many more readers, who will no doubt find in it a fascinating story of almost half a century of Piermont history. Thanks to all involved in the project!
Here are some of the oldest issues just for starters:
In September of 1996, the residents of Piermont were asked to participate in a survey to help the Mayor's Piermont 2000 committe understand how the residents wanted the Village to transition into the next century. It was understood that "we can have the kind of Village we want to live in only if we try to direct change so as to preserve what we value".
Have a look at that questionnaire here.
Back to the more current issues:
The Piermont Newsletter is published three times a year by the Piermont Civic Association, Box 454, Piermont, NY 10968.
PCA officers: Robert Samuels, President; Kathleen Puder, Vice President: Patricia Lukes, Secretary: Karen Brown, Treasurer
Editors: Margaret Grace, Robert Samuels
The Village Board meeting agenda and minutes can be found here.
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