Here are some of the top stories this week in Chappaqua.
- The New Castle Town Board recently held a work session to discuss how to accommodate both merchants and customers in downtown Chappaqua. This year, the town waived the $150 annual fee for merchant parking permits, and allowed businesses seven spaces for free.
- Author and Chappaqua resident Suna Senman announced she will kick off a tour to promote her new book, “Peace: Discovering Life’s Harmony Through Relationships,” at 7 p.m. Aug. 8 at the Khader Center in Mount Kisco.
- The Chappaqua Swim Team won its fourth straightNorthern Westchester Swimming Conference Division 1 dual meet with a 279-238 victory Birchwood.
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