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EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Mount Kisco Village Board Takes Stand Against Anti-Abortion Group

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The Mount Kisco Village Board took no action last week on a request by an anti-abortion group to hold an annual silent prayer and protest in the downtown.

On two occasions, Mayor Gina Picinich asked for another board member to second a motion for the National Life Chain event for this Sunday afternoon, Oct. 2, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., but the four other members remained silent.

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