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  Welcome to the   Town of Rye   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Town of Rye operates a Court System for the Village of Rye Brook, dealing in both criminal and civil cases, and provides civil and small claims court for the village of Port Chester.
The Town of Rye provides access to Crawford Park, a 35 acre estate which was left to the Town of Rye from the late Everett and Edna Crawford in 1974.
Rye Town Park is a 62 acre parcel with over 1,200 feet of sandy beach.
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 Scarsdale:: Larchmont real estate mls listings ::Rye NY :: Greenwich CT - Rye
The Town of Rye was settled in 1660, when a small group of settlers from Greenwich purchased a tract of land along Long Island Sound from the Mohican Indians.
In 1981, the Village of Rye Brook became an incorporated village in the Town of Rye and one of Westchester County's newest municipalities.
Like many other towns in southern Westchester, Harrison's growth from its agrarian beginnings to a thriving residential community was bolstered by the arrival of the railroad, and by wealthy executives who built sprawling estates within easy commute of their New York City offices.
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 Town Parks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Rye Town Park was established in 1907 by an act of the New York Legislature.
The park is operated by the Rye Town Commission, a regional governing body comprised of chief elected officials of the Town of Rye, the City of Rye, the Village of Port Chester, and the Village of Rye Brook.
Two additional commissioners are appointed to the Commission, one from the Town of Rye and one from the City of Rye.
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Rye is the oldest permanent settlement in Westchester County.
In 1683, Rye was ceded unwillingly to the Province of New York by King Charles II as a gift to his brother, the Duke of York.
In 1995, the per pupil expenditure of the Rye City School District was estimated to be $12,872.00 (1995 RCSD Progress Report).
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 Rye New York Real Estate | Charlene Tobin — About Rye, NY
Rye is located about 5 miles southeast of White Plains and 25 miles north of Manhattan, has a population of approximately 15,000 people, and it is governed by a mayor and six councilmen, all unsalaried.
Rye has three elementary schools The Osborne School, The Milton School, and The Midland School, which have each been recognized by New York Sate as Schools of Excellence, and by the Nation as a Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence.
Rye also is host to the Marshland Conservancy, a wildlife sanctuary, which encompasses 100 acres of wetlands and a museum.
www.charlenetobin.com /towns/rye.htm   (481 words)

  
 New Windsor, New York Precinct Records, 1763-1779 / II
We the inhabitants of the Town of New Windsor by a resolve at our annual town meeting agree, that every inhabitant in said town shall keep a pound on his or her own land and be keeper thereof.
District Number ten in the town of New Windsor is bounded as follows; beginning at the south east corner of the lands of Thomas McDowell and runs thence northerly along on the east side of the lands of Grant Bower, Liman McCabe, Archibald Millagans, Thurston Wood, Wm.
The Commissioners of the Town of N.W. have made a district of the road running from the Goshen Road to John D Nicoll and from thence to the Goshen Road that leads to the landing and the other part of the district that lays on the southwest part of Murderers stands as it is.
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 Rye Hospital Center - Rye, New York
Elected and re-elected Councilwoman for the Town of Greenburgh, NY, the largest town in Westchester County, in 1991, she is serving her fourth term in office (in 2003, she ran unopposed).
Schoen is a graduate of New York University with a background in Psychology, English, Speech and Theater.
Her activity in Transition-Age Youth Services at Rye has enabled her to be at the forefront of modern psychiatric practice for young people with emotional disabilities: to provide a seamless transition to mental health--from adolescence to young adulthood--despite the disadvantages of disabling mental illness afflicting both populations.
www.ryehospitalcenter.org /hosp-staff.htm   (1165 words)

  
 Rye, the catcher and the rye, rye bread recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Rye Lodge Hotel is an award winning hotel, restaurant and leisure centre situated within the citadel of the ancient town of Rye.
Rye When he hears the "Catcher in the Rye" song being sung by a little boy, he decides that he wants to be the person that keeps children from falling off a.
Rye (Secale cereale) is a grass grown extensively as a grain and forage crop.
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 Rye, New Hampshire
Rye's eight-mile length of coastline is dotted with old names such as Wallis Sands, Jenness Beach, Locke's Neck, Ragged Neck, Rye Harbor, and Odiorne Point.
Rye's population increased by a total of 3,200 residents between the 1950 Census count of 1,982 and the 2000 count of 5,182 residents.
The 2004 Census estimate for Rye was 5,248 residents, which ranked 61st among New Hampshire's incorporated cities and towns.
www.nhes.state.nh.us /elmi/htmlprofiles/rye.html   (426 words)

  
 Rye New York Real Estate Michele Flood
The smallest city in New York State, it is six square miles in area, has a population of almost 17,000 peopleand is governed by a Mayor and six-member City Council.
Rye is unsurpassed in entertainment facilities, enjoying the sparkling waters of Long Island Sound, beatiful beaches, woodlands and nature preserves.
Blending the best of town and country, Harrison is a predomimantly residential town which quietly grants every modern amenity.
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 Seacoast Town Listing - Rye, New Hampshire
This coastal town is one of the most beautiful communities in the state, with country farms, stately Colonial homes, seaside mansions and a small, pristine village.
Rye is the only New Hampshire town to contain Atlantic islands; the Isles of Shoals were annexed to the town in 1876.
Rye's mainland has an eight-mile stretch of seacoast offering a panoramic view of the ocean and the islands, and swimming opportunities at Wallis Sands State Beach.
www.seacoastonline.com /living/rye.htm   (332 words)

  
 Rye New Hampshire (NH) community information and resources
Rye, New Hampshire has drawn settlers to its dramatic coastline since the early 1600s.
Rye is also the home of the dynamic Seacoast Science Center at Odiorne Point.
The center is located on the site of one of New Hampshire’s earliest settlements, and includes a state park, complete with nature trails, picnic areas, and year-round discovery center and educational facility.
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 Rye (city), New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the town, see Town of Rye, New York.
Rye is also known for its famous theme park, Rye Playland.
Rye Playland was a very popular destination in the early 20th century, where people were able to take their boats right up to the park.
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 Rye: Rich history the jewel in city's crown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
More recently, the African Cemetery, which is located in Rye City but is owned and maintained by the town of Rye, has won wider recognition.
Rye has the third highest per capita income in Westchester and is dotted with shore, country and yacht clubs.
Rye's shopping district along Purchase Street is a collection of mostly upscale stores and eateries that bustles during the day and could be mistaken for a summer vacation village on the shores of Long Island.
www.thejournalnews.com /LivingHere/westchester/features/ryecity.html   (619 words)

  
 Rye, Rye Brook & Port Chester LWV
The Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester LWV is pleased to offer a new feature to engage citizens in a dialog over items of interest in our community.
The Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester LWV, in cooperation with the New Rochelle LWV and the Larchmont/Mamaroneck LWV, sponsored a candidate forum for residents of the 7th district to learn about the positions of the two candidates.
Given the solution will likely affect residents, the character of Rye's CBD as well as merchants for years to come, the LWV invited Rye residents along with representatives from the City Council and the Merchants Association to discuss and debate their points of view in an open forum.
www.ryelwv.org /News.htm   (857 words)

  
 Rye Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Westchester County, New York
The town's incredible mix of natural beauty, safe, quiet, appealing neighborhoods, historical Rye real estate, award winning, top-notch schools and endless urban amenities make it an exceptional place for you and yours to call home.
The constantly appreciating Rye real estate market has a median home value of $1,020,000, and includes everything from converted summer homes and vintage Victorians to colonials, Tudors, ranches and contemporary homes, as well as magnificent waterfront estates with impeccable amenities and spacious yards.
The largest of Rye's 13 condominium complexes is the 76-unit Water’s Edge, a waterfront complex, where prices range from $650,000 to $1,350,000.
www.rye-newyork.com   (508 words)

  
 Rye Brook New York Real Estate
Although Rye Town offers all the benefits of a smaller population center, it also provides excellence in public education, a plethora of shopping opportunities, fine restaurants and several outstanding resorts, hotels and conference facilities.
The spirit of the citizens of Rye Brook is perhaps nowhere better seen than in their support of an outstanding and innovative school system whose first rate facilities and commitment to excellence have drawn numerous residents of Fairfield and Westchester counties outside the district to pay for the privilege of attending them.
Rye Brook has long since proven that their first priority is to excellence in education.
www.relocate-america.com /states/NY/cities/Rye_Brook.htm   (618 words)

  
 Hilton Rye Town New York, Hilton Rye Town in New York - New York hotels up to 75% off- EasyToBook
In fact, The Hilton Rye Town New York even delivers fitness to the doorstep with Fitness Guest Rooms, where you can enjoy private jogs on a private running path, come snow or storm.
For people who want to be at the top of their business at all times The Hilton Rye Town New York has a number of meeting rooms, a well equipped business centre, express mail service and secretarial service as well.
Reservations for Hilton Rye Town have to be cancelled 24 hours before arrival date Please take into account that the date of arrival starts at 0.00 am (CET.) Every booked room which is not cancelled in time, will be billed at a cost equivalent to the rate of the first night.
www.easytobook.com /en/new-york-hotels/hilton-rye-town-new-york   (343 words)

  
 History of Rye Larchmont and Mamaroneck, New York
Rye was an agricultural community and during the Revolutionary War was neutral ground when both the British and Americans entered the city.
In 1904, Rye separated itself from the village of Port Chester and the unincorporated Town of Rye.
Both the Guion and Otter Creeks are protected by the New York State Salt Water Wetlands Act of 1973.
www.hvp.com /hist.html   (673 words)

  
 Rye Brook NY Realtor | Charlene Tobin — About Rye Brook, New York
Originally Rye Brook NY was an unincorporated section of the town of Rye settled in 1660, however it then became a village in 1982.
The Village of Rye Brook is 3.5 square miles, comprised of a 8,300 residents.
Rye Brook is bordered by the state of Connecticut to the east and to town of Harrison to the west.
www.charlenetobin.com /towns/ryebrook.htm   (493 words)

  
 Welcome To The Rye Town GOP Website
The Rye Town election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2005.
The Republican Committee is proud to endorse Judge John Colangelo for re-election as Rye Town Justice, and William Villanova and Joseph Carvin for election as Councilmen.
Rye Town needs strong leadership to restore confidence in town government.
www.ryetowngop.com   (218 words)

  
 Rye New York Real Estate
Rye Library is a center for special activities for children of all ages
Rye was the first permanent settlement in Westchester County in 1660, incorporated as the county's smallest city in 1942.
Rye City is "a little city" blessed with an abundance of natural resources: two miles of coastline on Long Island Sound, marine vistas, and a wealth of trees.
www.relocateamerica.com /states/NY/cities/rye.htm   (570 words)

  
 Rye, Rye Brook & Port Chester LWV
The second forum for Rye City mayor was held at at Rye Middle School on October 26th, 2005.
The LWV believes it quite unfortunate that Rye Town residents will not have an opportunity to hear the positions of the various candidates for public office.
The Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester League distributed 2,500 copies of the 2005 Westchester County Voter's Guide to residents.
www.ryelwv.org /Index.htm   (627 words)

  
 Rye Brook Hotels with map, Cheap Hotels in Rye Brook NY New York US: Hilton Rye Town |Doral Arrowwood |   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Rye Brook Hotels with map, Cheap Hotels in Rye Brook NY New York US: Hilton Rye Town Doral Arrowwood
Hilton Rye Town is located four miles from the downtown area of White Plains, two miles from Greenwich, Connecticut and a short 30 miles from downtown New York City, at the intersection of Route 287 and Interstate 95, on the NY/Connecticut border.
Please note that the Rye Brook hotel rates or Rye Brook hotel price range listed here are just for the rough view.
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 Hilton Rye Town | Rye Brook, NY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Hilton Rye Town perfectly combines the relaxed setting of a resort with the facilities of a full service business hotel.
Located minutes from New York City and White Plains, the hotel is the ideal alternative to the noise and congestion of the city.
The Hilton Rye Town's rural setting belies its status as a world-class business hotel.
www.idcide.com /hotels/ny/hilton-rye-town.htm   (106 words)

  
 Rye Brook NY Hotels - Rye Brook New York Hotels
699 Westchester Avenue - Rye Brook, NY The Hilton Rye Town in Rye Brook New York is located eight miles from Westchester County Airport 22 miles from La Guardia Airport and 29 miles from John F Kennedy International Airport.
Our Rye BrookNew York hotel's location is convenient to many Fortune 500companies in Westchester County as well as in New York City.
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 Village of Rye Brook - Welcome
New Rochelle Humane Society Featured 'Adopt Me' Pet of the Month Sienna
Rye Brook is now a Certified REVERSE 911® Site
Our village is located in southern Westchester County in the state of New York, approximately 40 minutes north of New York City.
www.ryebrook.org   (122 words)

  
 THE JOURNAL NEWS: LOHUD.COM
Mission of shuttle astronaut formerly from Rye scrubbed by weather
Town pages include reports from villages, hamlets and neighborhoods within the town, as well as school district news.
Copyright 2006 The Journal News, a Gannett Co.
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 Hilton Rye Town - Rye Brook, NY - Hilton Rye Town Rates and Reviews - SideStep
This hotel perfectly combines the relaxed setting of a resort with the facilities of a full service New York City business hotel.
The Hilton Rye Town is a resort destination that offers indoor and outdoor pools, year-round tennis, whirlpool, and a fitness center.
All guest rooms in the hotel have been recently renovated and are equipped with two phone lines, high-speed Internet access, television web browser and a large work desk.
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