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South Salem, New York (NY)
South Salem is a hamlet in Lewisboro, Westchester County, New York. In the town center is a post office, the town hall, a library and a recycling center.
About South Salem: After purchasing land from the local natives, the first settlers established themselves around South Salem. The town was formed in 1747 as the "Town of Salem." By 1790 the town assumed its current dimensions as lands were removed for other towns. The name also changed to South Salem in 1806. John Lewis, a financier, requested that the town be given his name and established a fund for the town, though he did not follow through on his promise of a railroad link.
Lewisboro is noted for its elaborate gardens, most notable in its public traffic triangles. Dry-stone walls and elaborate colonial mansions are other dominant features. The east town line is the border of Connecticut. I-684 passes near the west side of the town. The town is shaped roughly like the profile of a stealth B2 Bomber. The shape of the town is partly the result of The Oblong, created during the resolution of the boundary dispute between Connecticut and New York.
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Local Area Information:
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