Goldens Bridge Hamlet Organization


Founded: 2006

Owner: Wendy Farebrother


Areas of expertise: 
Water conservation and management, irrigation, philanthropy, fundraising

​​​Who We Are

The membership of this organization is open to all who live in the Goldens Bridge Hamlet and wish to see it improve. Meetings are open to all who care to attend. We are not affiliated with the Lewisboro town government, business owners in the community, or other governing agencies.  The organization does work with the town government, local businesses, as well as governing bodies that impact the hamlet.  This membership advocates for the interests of those who live and work in the hamlet. Check the main page for meeting dates as well as contact information.  

Jonathan Monti       
Acting Chair GBHO

In some ways the history of this organization reaches back to the summer of 2010.  A group of residents and a town board member took on the task of improving the hamlet through the addition of a pedestrian and bike access path down the length of Route 138.  While this was not within NYSDOT's scope of construction plans, many lessons were learned.  In the fall of 2011, a 'Meet the Candidates', meeting for the town board was held in large part due to former resident Jeffrey White.  In the spring of 2012, members of the newly elected town board were invited to a town hall style meeting to address the concerns of the Goldens Bridge Hamlet.  By the summer of 2015, the need for an organization to advocate for the hamlet was fully realized.  Behind the scenes work throughout the summer and into the fall has taken place.  Relationships with potential stakeholders in the hamlet have been established.  Outreach to the community continues to take place. Governing bodies that have a presence in the hamlet are addressing potential improvements.