PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A new citizen committee to stop bullying in Port Chester schools tops this week's news.
- A group of residents have launched a committee to raise money and awareness to stop bullying in the schools. The group plans to host a golf fundraiser this fall to raise money for counseling for both victims of bullying and the bullies themselves.
- Residents of the Landmark condominium building are upset with the Building Department for not issuing a certificate of occupancy. The certificate is required to sell their homes, and has caused financial and emotional distress for many residents.
- School officials will address concerns about students from other districts attending school in Port Chester . The district will begin investigating student residency to make sure that they live in the village.
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