Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Saturday's walk began at the Town Center Market and wrapped up at Calvert House Inn.
Submitted by the Riverdale Park Police Department: The Riverdale Park Police Department hosted a Public Safety Community Walk on Saturday, June 9 in Ward One. In attendance were elected officials, Chief David Morris, police commanders, code enforcement, fire department personnel, and town residents. Residents had the opportunity to discuss issues one on one with their elected officials and Chief Morris. The walk began at the Town Center Market and included areas of: 44th Avenue, 44th Place, 46th Avenue, 47th Avenue, Cleveland Avenue, Harrison Avenue, Madison Street, Oliver Street, Queensbury Road, Rhode Island Avenue, and Sheridan and Tuckerman Streets. The event concluded at the Calvert House Inn for lunch. Saturday’s Public Safety …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Riverdale Park police and officials will lead residents on a route starting in Ward One and ending at the Calvert House Inn.
Riverdale Park Police Chief David Morris, commanders, elected officials, and code enforcement staff are set to hold a Public Safety Community Walk around town this Saturday June 9, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome to attend. Below are the details and itinerary provided by the RPPD: Location: The Public Safety Community Walk will begin at the Town Center Market, 4705 Queensbury Rd. We will tour the Ward One area and complete our walk at the Calvert House Inn (6211 Baltimore Ave.). Calvert House will have a special happy hour luncheon for the community walk participants. Purpose: This is a great opportunity to interact with your elected officials, police commanders, and neighbors. Precautionary Safety Measures: Walking Route
Thursday, May 3, 2012
But co-owner Fereydoun Salimi says his business is 'just a restaurant.'
The co-owner of Riverdale Park's Calvert House Inn says town authorities had it wrong Sunday when they fined his business for illegally serving as a dance hall. "As far as I know, I'm just a restaurant," said Fereydoun Salimi, who's operated Calvert House for 30 years with his wife, Sousan Salimi. According to Fereydoun, town and county inspectors first visited the restaurant on Thursday, April 26 to notify him that he didn't have a permit to host a disc jockey—something that the restaurant frequently does on weekends. Salimi said that while he believed a DJ was allowed as background accompaniment for karaoke, he was able to have to have his county-issued certificate of occupancy changed late last week to specifically allow for a DJ. When …