"Helen Meurer chairs the Village of Pleasantvilles Conservation Advisory Council, is a member of the Villages recycling committee: www.PleasantvilleRecycles.org, is a founding member of GreenPville (a local grassroots environmental advocacy and news group), and is a Westchester Master Composter and Recycler. A resident since 1990, Helen volunteers in the schools, and co-chairs the Middle School Earth Day sustainability fair."
The Inside Press
"The Inside Press is a quarterly magazine that features Westchester people, businesses and events."
The Pleasantville Special Education PTA
"The Pleasantville Special Education PTA (SEPTA) is a district-wide Parent Teacher Association organized for the specific purpose of providing information and support to parents and caregivers of children with special needs, including those with 504 plans or IEP's, receiving RTI or general building level support. Our mission is to create a true sense of community for all families of children with disabilities, from EI and CPSE through high school to age 21. SEPTA sponsors speakers, parent gatherings, library resources and educational programs in an effort to create a true parent support, community network. "
The Village of Pleasantville
"Located just 31 miles north from Grand Central Terminal in NYC, the Village of Pleasantville is \"home, sweet home\" for over 7000 residents. Its name is synonymous with extraordinary neighborliness, volunteerism, tranquility and tolerance, attributes that are embraced by all who live or work here. Settled in 1695 and formerly known as \"Clark's Corners,\" the Village was once a stop along the Underground Railroad. Pleasantville became an autonomous local government in 1897. The original home of The Readers Digest corporation, the Village is now a regional destination, well reputed for the quality of its public services, public schools, fine arts, dining, and community experiences."
"Martin Wilbur has been editor-in-chief of The Examiner covering Pleasantville, Mount Pleasant, Mount Kisco, New Castle and North Castle since its inception in 2007. Prior to The Examiner, Martin was assistant editor of North County News in Yorktown Heights and a reporter for Gannett Suburban Newspapers, now the Journal News, covering Putnam County. He has also done extensive freelance writing for a variety of publications. He lives in Montrose with his wife, Jill, and their two children."
"Voice of the people of Westchester County for over 300 years."