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Leslie Hatzel

Community Advisor

Leslie is a graduate of Ardsley High School. She received her bachelor's degree in English from American International College. She worked at PepsiCo for 15 years before working as a substitute teacher, tutor and teacher's aide,. She specializes in working with children with developmental disabilities. She was active in the Port Chester schools where her son played high school football. She also is a past member of her residential cooperative's board of directors.

Leslie Hatzel's Contributions

  1. Send Us Your Snowstorm Photos, Westchester

    Send Us Your Snowstorm Photos, Westchester

    The Hudson Valley felt the wrath of Old Man Winter on Thursday and residents are showing off their covered backyards. The storm, which will impact the area for about 12 hours Thursday, prompted schools and school districts to announce closures Wednesday evening.Snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour are possible through noon Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.Snow ...

  2. Democrats Pick Trustee As Mayoral Candidate In Port Chester

    Democrats Pick Trustee As Mayoral Candidate In Port Chester

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – Port Chester Democrats are backing a village trustee for mayor in the upcoming village elections.Gregory K. Adams, a former deputy mayor, was on the Village Board from 2007 to 2010. He was re-elected in 2013 and is still a trustee.He will challenge Republican candidate Richard “Fritz” Falanka.Longtime Mayor Dennis Pilla, has decided not to seek a fifth term.Falanka, ...

  3. Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully In Rye Brook

    Road Rage Report Of 'Shots Fired' On I-287 Ends Peacefully In Rye Brook

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A Sunday evening report of "shots fired" along Interstate-287 eastbound in White Plains ended peacefully near the Hutchison River Parkway in Rye Brook without incident or arrest.Rye Brook Police Chief Gregory Austin said the reported road rage incident that ended near King Street was exaggerated by media outlets who reported shots were being fired ...

  4. Development Of Former United Hospital Site Advances In Port Chester

    Development Of Former United Hospital Site Advances In Port Chester

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – A $450 million mixed-used project proposed for the former United Hospital site in Port Chester advanced this week with the village’s acceptance of the developer’s final environmental impact statement.According to Tom Corsillo, spokesman for Starwood Capital Group, a global private investment firm based in Greenwich, the vote to accept the FEIS just means that the ...

  5. Son Of 'Sopranos' Star Arrested For Spray-Painting SUNY Purchase Swastikas

    Son Of 'Sopranos' Star Arrested For Spray-Painting SUNY Purchase Swastikas

    PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Vadim Imperioli, the son of "Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli, has been arrested for spray-painting swastikas on a SUNY Purchase dormitory bulletin board on Nov. 20, according to multiple reports.Imperioli, 19, who may no longer be a student at the college, is charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, according to state police, who assisted in the arrest.SUNY ...

  6. Kids Flock To Harrison Carnival

    Kids Flock To Harrison Carnival

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- Children of all ages descended on Harrison over the weekend for the 2nd annual fall carnival at Louis M. Klein Middle School.The carnival featured games, foods, rides. The carnival benefited theater arts, culture arts and the visiting author programs at the district's elementary schools.

  7. Port Chester Dog Park Celebrates One Year Anniversary

    Port Chester Dog Park Celebrates One Year Anniversary

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- The Village of Port Chester went to the dogs Saturday. Literally.The town's first dog park, at Abendroth Park, celebrated its one year anniversary. The day featured a proclamation from the village and 13 vendors including two rescue groups.Village residents including dog walkers had sought an exclusive area for pets for more than three years. Fundraising efforts by ...

  8. Celebrate Library Card Signup Month In Port Chester

    Celebrate Library Card Signup Month In Port Chester

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- September is Library Card Signup Month at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library, and kids of all ages who sign up for a library card this month will receive a special surprise. Kids must be accompanied by their parent or guardian, who must bring a driver's license or two pieces of identification that have their name and address on it, like a telephone or ...

  9. Westchester County, Many Towns Mark 15th Anniversary Of 9-11

    Westchester County, Many Towns Mark 15th Anniversary Of 9-11

    As the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack on New York City nears, a number of communities plan ceremonies to remember area residents killed on Sept. 11, 2001.In addition to Westchester County's ceremony at Kensico Dam in Valhalla at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11, these other local memorials are planned:-- The Town of Cortlandt and villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson will hold a 2 p:m. ...

  10. Artists Open Their Doors In Northwest Dutchess

    Artists Open Their Doors In Northwest Dutchess

    RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- This weekend is a chance for fans of local artists to get a peak behind the curtain.Art Studio Views is hosting its 9th annual tour over Labor Day weekend, allowing people to visit the studios of the artists in their community in Tivoli, Rhinebeck, Red Hook and Hyde Park.The free, self-guided event will be open to the public on Saturday, September 3 and Sunday, ...

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