Month: October 2016

“Grande Disco,” a 1974 sculpture created by Italy’s Arnoldo Palmodoro, is among the 45 works of art at the Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens at the PepsiCo headquarters in Purchase which have been closed to the public since December 2012. PepsiCo representatives say they expect the garden to be reopened by March 2017. Photo courtesy flickr.com
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Sculpture garden could reopen by March

The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens on the PepsiCo headquarters in Purchase, which have been closed since December 2012, will be open to the public in as little as eight months, according to PepsiCo officials. Aurora Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for PepsiCo, told the Review that the Kendall Gardens would be […]

A residential parking system meant to alleviate parking congestion in the village of Mamaroneck’s neighborhoods will be rejiggered after dozens of complaints from residents. File photo
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New parking system sparks outcry from residents

After several iterations, and dozens of complaints, a newly amended residential parking system will continue to be scrutinized by village officials. Following several amendments, the newest system, which went into effect this month, will encompass the hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and only Monday through Friday, effectively overwriting […]

Knowledge, leadership and the presidency
Opinion

Knowledge, leadership and the presidency

“The greatest achievement of medieval philosophers was, not systematic theology, but the discovery that the more we know, the more we are aware of what we don’t know.” —Bernard Lonergan He stated that there are three types of knowledge: Things we know that we know. Things we know that we […]

George Latimer’s environmental efforts
Opinion

George Latimer’s environmental efforts

To the Editor, As an environmental attorney and advocate, I strongly support George Latimer for New York state Senate. During his career in public service, George has amassed an excellent record of working to protect our environment. His accomplishments are too numerous to list, so I’ll just mention a few. […]

George Latimer needs to be re-elected
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George Latimer needs to be re-elected

To the Editor, George Latimer is one of our best advocates in Albany. I saw this first hand when I was president of the Rye City Board of Education. Today, I continue to see Latimer listening to the communities he serves and standing up for our children, our schools and […]