Month: October 2016

Parking meters in the village of Mamaroneck
Opinion

Parking meters in the village of Mamaroneck

To the Editor, I wish to follow up on the Review’s Sept. 30 article regarding parking meters in the village of Mamaroneck. My position is simple: As a member of the Board of Trustees, I look forward to reviewing the recommendations of the Parking Advisory Committee, PAC, and hearing public […]

Future of Seaside Johnnies restaurant now uncertain
News

Future of Seaside Johnnies restaurant now uncertain

The Rye Town Park Commission is considering reopening a new request for proposals to oversee and manage the park’s restaurant and snack and concession stands, according to commission members. During the latest park commission meeting on Sept. 20, park commission officials were set to accept a proposal from Seaside Johnnies, […]

With dozens of programs striving to make the town of Mamaroneck more eco-friendly, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has given the town the special distinction as one of the state’s nine climate smart communities. Pictured are Kelly Turturro, regional director for the DEC, left, and Mamaroneck Town Supervisor Nancy Seligson. Photo courtesy town of Mamaroneck
News

Town of Mamaroneck lauded by state for green initiatives

Going green has earned the town of Mamaroneck a pat on the back after the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation designated the town as a leader of green initiatives statewide. “We all have a role to play in reducing energy use and the greenhouse gasses that contribute to […]

Mamaroneck’s Community Resource Center has new leadership, but familiar faces. File photo
News

CRC gets new leadership

With the exit of Milan Bhatt, the former of executive director of Mamaroneck’s Community Resource Center—a local nonprofit providing assistance to immigrant families in the area—a shift toward new faces and a more collaborative structure will begin. While Bhatt’s decision to leave the center last month to take the helm […]