Monday, September 22, 2014

Just Launched

TOM launches new website.

House Tour

Westchester Magazine tours the Katonah home of a Larchmont business owner.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Three Times the Charm

Finally some good news from the NFL. The Giants won!

Friday, September 19, 2014

HiJACK FRIDAY

Don't miss Larchmont's Art Festival tomorrow at Constitution Park. Good Luck to Team Allergy Wars: Larchmont Strikes Back walking in the FARE Walk for Food Allergy on Sunday.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

My Way

Gatorade gives a phenomenal send off to Captain Derek Jeter. Well done.

Jailbird

Former Larchmont banker gets jail time for larceny.

Keeping Score



I don't know about you, but it's getting harder and harder to keep track of all the terrorists groups competing for attention. A new group Khorasan emerged out of Syria this week supposedly more "bad ass" than ISIS. Slate helps break it all down with their Middle East Friendship Chart.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

A Message from VOL

In the Courtroom, Village Hall.
VILLAGE OF LARCHMONT  
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
A G E N D A
REGULAR MEETING – MONDAY, September 22, 2014 - VILLAGE HALL – 7:30 PM
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The Board will convene at 6:30 PM in a Work Session and will immediately move into Executive Session.
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1Roll Call
2.   Mayor - Announcements   - Appointments to Committees or Commissions/ Robert Fletcher- Board of Assessment Review
3.  Police Chief - Report
4.  Fire Chief - Report
5.  Attorney - Report
6.   Treasurer - Report
7.   Trustees - Reports
8.   Resolutions  -
9.  Hear those persons who wish to address the Board.
10. Approve minutes of meetings – August 18, work session- May 12
11. Approval of bills
12  Adjournment.
The Village of Larchmont does not discriminate against the handicapped.  Any person who needs special assistance, please call the Village Clerk at 834-6230.
All meetings are videotaped and shown regularly on LMC-TV,
Channel 76 (Cablevision) or Channel 35 (Verizon).

A Message from TOM


TOWN OF MAMARONECK
TOWN BOARD AGENDA
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014
Click here to view agenda and documents

THE TOWN BOARD WILL CONVENE – at 5:00 PM, In Conference Room to discuss:
  1. Energize New York
  2. 2015 Town of Mamaroneck Budget
  3. Sewer Use Fee
  4. Update – Village of Mamaroneck Assessment Function
  5. New Business
             8:00PM CALL TO ORDER – COURTROOM 
SUPERVISOR’S SUMMARY REPORT
CITIZEN COMMENTS
PUBLIC HEARING – Washington Square Resident Parking
PROCLAMATION –  Detective Robert Reynolds – Years of Service
                                    Retirement of Town Assessor – Susan Thomas

BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS
  1. Other Fire Department Business
             AFFAIRS OF THE TOWN OF MAMARONECK

  1. Appointment – Town Assessor
  2. Adoption –  Website Protocol/Management Guidelines
  3. Approval of Certiorari
 APPROVAL OF MINUTES – August 13, 2014 & September 3, 2014
REPORTS OF THE COUNCIL
TOWN CLERK’S REPORT
NEXT REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETINGS – October 1, 2014 & October 15, 2014

Any physically handicapped person needing special assistance in order to attend the meeting should call the Town Administrator's office at 381-7810. 

Namaste

It's nice to have a beautiful place to escape to while chaos swirls around us.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Stress Test



8 p.m., Mamaroneck High School.  Timmy G takes the "hot seat" in a public interview with legendary Forbes writer Carol Loomis.

There She is...

Miss New York gets the crown. (Photo credit: Reuters)

Saturday, September 13, 2014

A Message from TOM

Street Lighting Plan
Re: Street Lighting Work

Location: Town-Wide

Contact: Town of Mamaroneck Highway Department
(914) 381-7825

The Town of Mamaroneck has undertaken a new Street Lighting Plan as part of the Energy Savings Contract currently in progress.

Work is now underway to retrofit all the street lights on public roadways to accept LED (Light Emitting Diode) fixtures. The new lamps are designed to significantly reduce energy and maintenance costs.

Once all the street lights have been retrofitted, the Town will have the ability to control the lights remotely with a street lighting control system. Lighting control strategies will affect the quantity of illumination for street lighting. The Plan calls for lighting to be reduced during certain hours, but not eliminating any existing street lights.

Please note that the new lamps will shine differently than conventional lamps, therefore, the lighting radiance may take getting used to. We also know that in some cases the Town many have to re-adjust the position of the lights

During the LED installation period, the Highway Department will continue to maintain fixtures that have not been retrofitted. Therefore, please call the Highway Department for outages and questions.

Place the Mask Over Your Face

Mysterious virus spreads to New York.