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"More affordable areas can be found closer to the center of the hamlet." Dave Foster (talk) 22:06, 28 June 2008 (UTC)
Notable people section uncited since February 2007
I think after two years, it is reasonable to remove this completely unreferenced section from the article. I don't want to delete it entirely, because I truly believe sources can be found for the majority of these. If you find a source, feel free to add it and the corresponding text back to the article. In the future, uncited additions to such a section may be flagged, deleted, or reverted. --JBC3 (talk) 03:06, 7 April 2009 (UTC)
Adam Schein - NFL talkshow host for Sirius radio, writer for Foxsports.com, and fill-in host on WFAN, New York
Brad Schreiber - Writer, lived in New City as a boy, prior to moving to California
Kurt Weill - German-American theatre composer, lived in New City from time of naturalization until death. He is buried at Mount Repose Cemetery in Haverstraw (village), New York beside his wife Lotte Lenya.