Bedford NY Appoints a New Building Inspector | Bedford NY Real Estate News for Bedford Homeowners

building inspector by bedford ny homes |  robert paul realtorSteven Fraietta was named town building inspector and Nancy Artese a clerk in the town court.

Fraietta  assumes the $95,000-a-year position, effective May 19, after serving six years as assistant building inspector in Greenburgh.

“We’ve all had the pleasure of meeting Steve,” Deputy Supervisor Peter A. Chryssos said. “I’m thrilled he’s decided to come and join us.”

Artese was appointed to the $57,041 clerk’s position by Judge Erik P. Jacobsen at a salary of $57.041, effective May 23. She has been clerk in the Lewisboro Town Court for eight years.

Bedford Hills Gets Bicycle Racks

The Bedford Hills Historical Museum offered to install up to four bicycle racks in downtown Bedford Hills. Co-president Elin P. Sullivan, presenting to the board a suggestion by Trustee Ellen Cohen, said the museum would spend $1,500 to equip sites like Depot Plaza (two proposed racks) and the Community House (one). Deputy Supervisor Peter A. Chryssos thanked Sullivan for the “very generous offer” and said the town will meet with museum officials to work out the details.

Our Town is Updated

The board also thanked Marilyn Pellini of Katonah, a member of the Community Organizations Committee, for her work in updating a 36-page booklet detailing more than 60 Bedford nonprofit organizations. The free booklet, Our Town, is available at the town clerk’s office in the Town House, 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills.

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