|May 19, 2022 Annual Membership Meeting|
Video recording of the Annual Membership Meeting held in-person at the Scott Room, Scarsdale Library, and livestreamed via Zoom.
|Mayor Jane Veron, State of the Village Presentation|
Mayor Jane Veron presented the annual State of the Village report with a slide presentation, with participation by Village Manager Robert Cole, and a Q&A session.
The October 7 General Member Meeting minutes from Secretary Alexandra Tagami Vargo were approved.
President Eli Mattioli announced the remaining two Sunday Speaker Series moderated events featuring notable Anti-Defamation League representatives on March 13, 2022, and "The History of Women in Scarsdale" presented by Jordan Copeland and moderator Dara Gruenberg on April 24, 2022.
|Ben Boykin, County Legislator-State of the County|
State of the County Presentation at a Membership Program Meeting, no regular business conductedd.
|Westchester County Executive - Rob Astorino|
How our citizens contribute to our Board's and Council's decisions
Scarsdale Arts Council - Chair Ed Morgan
Westchester County Executive - Rob Astorino "State of the County" starts at 46:00
|Tom Herman: The Economy and the 2010 Elections|
Tom Herman wrote for The Wall Street Journal for more than 40 years.
|Mara Liasson: A View From Washington|
Mara Liasson is the national political correspondent for National Public Radio.
|Judy Cheng-Hopkins - Peacebuilding: What, Why, and How|
Judy Cheng-Hopkins, a 2013 recipient of the Distinguished Scarsdale High School Alumni award, has just retired from an eminent 36-year long career at the United Nations.
|State of the State Amy R.|
State of the State
|Annual Education Program|
The Building Blocks of a Scarsdale Education
State of the Schools
|Greening Our Way to Good Health|
Preserving Scarsdale’s Heritage
Historical Preservation Law and Neighborhood Character
Neighborhood Character Committee Report
|Lindsay Gottlieb, Coaching A Life|
Lindsay Gottlieb, a Scarsdale native, is the award-winning Head Coach of the University of California's Women's Basketball team.
Alan Schwarz, a reporter for The New York Times, has twice been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his dozens of high-profile articles that have exposed the epidemic of sports-related concussions.
|Tax Caps: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly|
A Panel Discussion on Governor Cuomo's Proposal to Cap Property Tax Increases
|The Pros and Cons of Village-wide Assessment Revaluation|
Presented by the Scarsdale Forum Assessment Revaluation Committee
Panelists moderated by Robert Berg include:
|Mayor Miriam Flisser "State of the Village" and Proposed Non-Partisan Resolution Changes |
Mayor Miriam Flisser "State of the Village" and Proposed Non-Partisan Resolution Changes
|Glen Kramon: The Changing Times|
Glenn Kramon, assistant managing editor for the New York Timessince 2006, spoke on how the newspaper is changing and not changing with the times.
In June 2003, Mr.
|Fred Smoler: The Rise and Fall of Great Powers: America and the 21st Century|
Fredric Paul Smoler is the Adda Bozeman Professor of International Relations at Sarah Lawrence College.
|"State of the County Kevin J.|
“State of the County”
“Sustainability Initiatives in the Village of Scarsdale”
|Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind: Why Americans are so divided by politics|
|Clifford Krauss: Decision Time: Energy Policy at a Crossroads|
Clifford Krauss, New York Times national business correspondent covering energy.