Saturday, November 22, 2014

Friday, November 21, 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

A Message from VOL

Dear Neighbor,
On Wednesday, November 19th, there will be no parking from 6:30AM to 2:00PM on sections of Chatsworth Avenue because of the removal of seven trees.  However, parking will be restored as the work is completed.
The sections of Chatsworth affected are between Palmer and Franklin, along the Chase Bank; between Palmer and North Avenue and a small area of Chatsworth near the Food Basket.
An additional tree, requiring a bucket truck, will be removed on Thursday morning, November 20, in front of Winetasters on Chatsworth Avenue.   There will be no parking in that area while the work is being done.
It is important to note that the tree pits and the light pole areas have been covered by a thin concrete layer and caulked for the Winter.   This technique makes for easy “popping” in the Spring when the new trees will be planted and the light poles installed.  All the electrical conduits have already been placed under the new sidewalks.    These coverings also make the sidewalks more pedestrian –friendly in the meantime.
In the near future all the merchants and property owners will be receiving instructions regarding snow removal from the newly poured sidewalks.   It takes months for concrete to properly cure.   Salt destroys new sidewalks.  Please follow these instructions carefully.
Thank you.
Anne McAndrews
Mayor, Village of Larchmont, NY

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Giving Thanks

I'm giving thanks early this year and glad that I don't live in Buffalo, NY. Holy Lake Effect Snow Batman! (Photo by Mark T. Branden, @mtbranden)

Monday, November 17, 2014

Fare Hike

Is Metro North kidding? Another fare hike for the New Haven line?


I think we can officially declare the NY football season a bust.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

State Champs

Congrats Lady Tigers on winning the NY State Section A Field Hockey Championship.

Friday, November 14, 2014

Coming Soon

Estelle Gourmet, a business offering catering and cooking classes, is coming to Palmer Avenue.


Bundle up. The Indian summer looks to be officially over.