1. The League of Women Voters of Bedford-Lewisboro-North Salem announced that it is having a meeting about several proposals slated to appear on the November election ballot. The items include a proposed state constitutional amendment to allow seven casino gambling sites, and to allow municipalities to exclude indebtedness from sewer work to be excluded from debt limits. The talk starts at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday and will be held at the Katonah Village Library.
2. The Bedford Central school board meets Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. at Fox Lane Middle School's theater. The board had previously set a goal of announcing a selection of who to pick for Lee Goldstein's former seat, although the item is not specifically mentioned on the agenda. Three candidates have applied for it. One notable item will come before the regular meeting, with an executive session at 6:30 p.m. to discuss a proposed real property acquisition.
3. The National Weather Service predicts that it will be sunny on Wednesday with high temperatures of 71 degrees in Katonah and Bedford Hills and 72 degrees in Bedford.
4. A story about an Ossining school lockdown was among Patch's widely read.
5. 69,513 calls were answered over 12 months in Rockland County, the Rockland Community Foundation announced.