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Sound Off: Name the Village's Most Valuable Asset

The arts, sidewalks and the train station were some of the responses folks provided.

Last week, following a community visioning session in Brewster, Patch asked readers to describe the Village in one word.

More than 20 local folks weighed in. Now, we're hoping you'll take part in another conversation. Just like the last "Sound Off" question, this one is an exercise that the consultants posed:

Name the Village's most valuable asset.

The arts, sidewalks and the train station were some of the responses folks provided.

In your mind, what's the Village's most valuable asset? Share your thoughts in the attached comments section, and don't forget to stay with Patch for more on this topic. An update will follow.

Erin E. Meagher November 19, 2012 at 02:33 PM
The water/sewer system
Maria November 20, 2012 at 01:26 AM
Convenience to nyc; Vintage homes; landmarked buildings (eg., St Andrews)
Jack Duncan November 20, 2012 at 03:48 PM
"Hub of the Harlem Valley"- train station-museum-historic buildings-Electrazone Field/ Veterans Park-Historic Nelson Blvd-Williams Station-"ourpast-present-& future"
Bob Dumont November 21, 2012 at 03:54 PM
The many committed people who are now focusing on turning the village around. There have been great strides made in the past few years. Equally, let's hope that the owners of some of these long time vacant buildings decide to sell or reinvest. We have 3 or 4 owners that are basically holding the village hostage because of their lack of will to improve anything without the taxpayers picking up the tab. Shame, shame on them.

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