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Stay Tuned With Pleasantville on YouTube

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – While Twitter and Facebook are great ways to stay connected with friends and family, YouTube has become the go-to website to share videos with the rest of the world.

For Pleasantville residents, YouTube can be used to learn more about current events or recreational activities as there are many uploaded videos that pertain to the town.

One of the biggest news stories in Mount Pleasant recently has been the controversial fatal shooting of Pace University student DJ Henry. On YouTube, users can search previous news broadcasts that covered the shooting, as well as interviews that followed the tragic incident. In this video , CNN interviews Steve Kardian, a former Mount Pleasant Police Sergeant, about the shooting of Henry by Pleasantville Police Officer Aaron Hess.

Coldwell Banker has uploaded a video titled "Pleasantville NY Our Town." The video highlights the many different features of Pleasantville. This can be a great way for prospective residents to get a feel for what Pleasantville is like and for current residents to learn more about their community.

Are you a longtime resident of Pleasantville? If so, you may get a little nostalgic viewing a video uploaded by YouTube user tubengagements. The minute-long video shows original footage of the Pleasantville Memorial Day Parade, circa 1958, and is a great historical video for the Village of Pleasantville.

Many residents also used YouTube to upload videos that captured the floods that took over the area following Tropical Storm Irene. This short video uploaded by tturttle shows massive flooding on the Saw Mill River Parkway.

What are your favorite videos of Pleasantville on YouTube?

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