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Namespaces Article Talk. The village's numerous small farms and orchards began to be subdivided for a wave of solid foursquare and Victorian houses built for a growing middle class.
The s saw the establishment of a police department, volunteer fire department, and a library system. Pleasantville was incorporated as a village on March 16, In the following years, Pleasantville quickly developed into a modern suburb of New York, with a large number of workers commuting between the village and the metropolis on what is now the Metro-North Railroad 's Harlem Line.
During the first two decades of the 20th century, roads were paved for the first time, water mains were installed, and electrical wires brought power to the village's houses.
Other improvements during the first half of the 20th century include the construction of Soldiers and Sailors Field in , the Saw Mill River Parkway in , the Rome Theater in , Memorial Plaza in , Parkway Field in , and Nannahagen Park in the adjacent village pool was completed two years later.
By the time of World War II , the village had taken on the appearance that it bears today. Pleasantville merits interest for its literary history.
Subsequently, the Digest held office space in several buildings throughout Pleasantville, including the present-day Village Hall at Bedford Road and Wheeler Avenue and, diagonally opposite, the bank building currently occupied by Chase.
Reader's Digest moved its headquarters to nearby Chappaqua in , but retained its Pleasantville post office box, thus making the name of the village familiar to millions of Reader's Digest subscribers around the world.
Pleasantville is also the home of Joseph Wallace, writer of the novel Diamond Ruby. Today Pleasantville is home to many novelists, editors, and writers, who find its easygoing charm and proximity to New York an attractive combination.
Pleasantville's reputation as a cultural center was enhanced in with the opening of the nonprofit Jacob Burns Film Center in the landmark Rome Theater, a Spanish mission-style building and one of the first movie theaters in Westchester County.
The Burns Center is dedicated to presenting independent, documentary, and world cinema. In , in the neighboring hamlet of Thornwood, also part of the Town of Mount Pleasant and adjacent to Pleasantville, off Bear Ridge Road, acolytes of Frank Lloyd Wright began putting their lessons to work by building homes in their mentor's modernist, open-plan style.
The neighborhood, called Usonia Homes , comprises 50 houses spread among acres 0. Pleasantville is home to the Westchester Table Tennis Center, where over members compete, practice and train for various tournaments, and now, many are even training to become olympic athletes.
Another addition to Pleasantville's cultural scene is the Pleasantville Music Festival , made possible by the village, over volunteers and WXPK , an all-day outdoor event stage at Parkway Field on the second Saturday in July.
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The market is run by volunteers in the community as a non-profit, and it has won the readers' choice "Best of Westchester" award from Westchester Magazine for six consecutive years, since During their time at Pleasantville, thousands would flock to camp.
During their stay in Pleasantville many businesses benefited from the influx of people and many of the players would be seen at many of the restaurants and delicatessens in town.
Pleasantville is also the only place in America to have hosted a royal wedding, between Estelle Bernadotte and a duke of Sweden who rejected his claim to the crown.
The Pleasantville Police Department has received several complaints in recent years. In , former Detective Sergeant Stephen Bonura retired after being suspended for outing a confidential informant and stating deliberately misleading and false information to an internal affairs investigator.
At that time Bonura, along with the support of other officers, claimed that these actions did not warrant his discharge because the department's staff was ill-run by the Village.
The Grand Jury declined to charge the officer responsible. According to the United States Census Bureau , the village has a total area of 1.
As of the census  of , there were 7, people, 2, households, and 1, families residing in the village.
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