“Earth Day Lesson”

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The presidential primaries came to New York this past week with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump winning their respective parties, getting both closer to facing each other in the election this November. Trump was named the Republican winner shortly after the polls closed at 9:00 p.m. Clinton’s declaration came roughly a half hour later. Supporters of Bernie Sanders complained about inaccurate opening times and missing voter names at Brooklyn polling stations, causing the New York City Mayor and Comptroller to call for an investigation into the city’s Board of Elections. Primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island on April 26th are next for the candidates.

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During the recent Mamaroneck Board of Election meeting, the Superintendent and Board approved the appointment of Jenny Rodriguez as the new Assistant Principal at Mamaroneck High School. Her term will begin July 1, 2016, when she will replace Dr. Michael Mercanti-Anthony. Mercanti-Anthony was named as the Interim Assistant Director of Special Education for the school district last month. Mamaroneck School District Superintendent, Dr. Robert Shaps said “We’re thrilled to welcome Ms. Rodriguez to the Mamaroneck schools family”. She spent the last seven years as the instructional leader and Assistant Principal at Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School in New York City.

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The U.S. News & World Report recently conducted their annual ranking of the best American high schools. Rye Neck was ranked at number 31 in New York State and 174th in the country, while Mamaroneck came in at 47 in the state and 394th in the country. U.S. News & World Reported employed the help of social science research firm RTI International to amass its rankings. They measured schools with the use of four key metrics: math and reading proficiency for all students, testing proficiency for disadvantaged students, graduation rates and college readiness via Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate test data.


On this weeks round table discussion we had Anna Giordano, executive director of We Future Cycle come and give us a lesson on composting and to make us aware of different ways to preserve our environment.

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The Rye Neck Girls Lacrosse team played against Valhalla in a game this week where leads flip-flopped. With the game tied at 11, Panthers defender Allision Baal raced down the field and unleashed her bag of tricks in our Play of the Week.

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Our Pet of the Week is Delilah, an adorable Spaniel mix puppy. She is about 10 weeks old and weighs around 10 pounds. She is very sweet, friendly and social. For more information on Delilah and other pets just like her, please go to www.ny-petrescue.org.

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“How to Pay for College”

This past week, Donald Trump was declared the Missouri primary winner. Bernie Sanders won Wyoming, Ted Cruz won Wisconsin and Hillary Clinton continues to lead the polls in New York. The Local Live has been covering the political rallies that happened near our community. This week, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich was in New Rochelle. Local Live producers, Sheyla Navarro and Cat Galeano and reporter Jack Wells were at the Governor’s Town Hall to file a report.

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At the April 11th Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees meeting, Mayor Norman Rosenblum updated the community about the Army Corps of Engineers Flood Mitigation Plan. As previously reported, the $70 million dollar project, which began in 2009, wants to help prevent flooding around the areas that are close to the Mamaroneck and Sheldrake Rivers. In order for the project to be in effect, it needs to be consistent with the Local Waterfront Rehabilitation Program or LWRP. The document consists of 44 policies, which aim to promote a balance between economic development and preservation of the Village of Mamaroneck coastal resources. After the Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission suggested that the Army Corps Project is inconsistent with many policies of the LWRP. In a March 28th public forum regarding the issue, residents spoke for over 3 hours about their support and concerns toward the project. The Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission of HCZMC is not the only one that has a consistency vote on the Army Corps Plan. The Department of State, or DOS, and the Village of Mamaroneck must also vote. Mayor Rosenblum stated that the Department of State did not find the flooding plan inconsistent with the LWRP, and requested more information in order to make a decision. After additional information is provided to the Department of State, the Army Corps of Engineers will need to submit a formal consistency determination. As of yet, the requested additional information has not been sent. Following the comments from residents, the Board unanimously passed a resolution to write a letter of support to the Department of State. The letter requests the DOS to inform the Village and the HCZM Commission of their decision.

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Mamaroneck High School Boys Lacrosse Team faced off against rival Lakeland/Panas. Junior goalie Jack Dente made two quick saves to keep the score tied early in the game and made our Play of the Week with his efforts.

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Our Pet of the Week is Mystery, an adorable and playful puppy. She loves her foster home, plays well with all the other dogs and is learning her manners. She is about 11 weeks old and weighs about 13 pounds. This little princess is super smart, eager to learn and loves to fall asleep in your lap. For more information on Mystery, as well as other pets, please visit http://www.ny-petrescue.org.

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Grow It Green Expo

A presidential primary was held this week in Wisconsin with Republican candidate Ted Cruz and Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders taking the lead. The next primary will be held in New York. The candidates held rallies all over the state. Donald Trump was on Long Island, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders were in the Bronx and John Kasich and Hillary Clinton were in Westchester. The Local Live reported on the different rallies in our area in what was to be a first for our news show. Hillary Clinton reached out to New Yorkers in an effort to gain their votes as Primary Day approaches. Producers Cat Galeano and Abriel St. Ange were there to file a full report from The Purchase rally. As Hillary Clinton’s rally at SUNY-Purchase rally came to a close, Bernie Sanders’ rally in the South Bronx was just getting underway. Producer Sheyla Navarro and Dena Schumacher were there to cover the event. This Saturday, Republican candidate John Kasich will be at Iona College. Our cameras and producers will be there to bring you all the proceedings. Coverage will be shown on next week’s show.

On Monday, former Village of Larchmont trustee, Lorraine Walsh was officially sworn in as the new mayor. Walsh and her Democratic team of trustees, Peter Fanelli and Carol Miller, ran unopposed. The Administration of Oaths was carried out by Justices Thea Beaver and Jerry Bernstein. Also in attendance for the Swearing-in-Ceremony were public officials from the Town of Mamaroneck and Senator George Latimer to express their congratulations. Lorraine Walsh stated that she will name a new deputy mayor soon. The Local Live will interview the new mayor of Larchmont on April 28th in our Round Table discussion.

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Also on Monday, there was a fire in the 6th floor laundry room of the Regatta apartment complex on Mamaroneck Avenue. According to Village of Mamaroneck Chief Craig Casterella, the fire was caused by a buildup of lint in between the 5th and 6th floor shaft which caused the fire to spread to the roof. There was concern for the residents who didn’t evacuate quickly enough. Thankfully, there were no reported injuries and everyone was evacuated safely to the Village conference room. Due to the fire, all of the laundry rooms at the Regatta are unavailable until further notice.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with Sally Maca and Lisa Boillot,Co-Chairs of the Grow It Green Expo and event keynote speaker Kim Eirman regarding the Grow It Green Expo which will be held this Sunday at Larchmont Temple.

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The new multi-space meters are now on Mamaroneck Avenue and nearby parking lots.

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Our Pet of the Week is an adorable one-year-old Lab Mix named Scout. He is very sweet, friendly and always full of energy. He is ready for some never-ending fun, but he still needs some help with his manners and is not compatible with felines or small dogs. He is not only beautiful, but loving and can’t wait to have a loving forever home. If you want to adopt him, check out the website, www.ny-petrescue.org for information on Scout as well as other pets.

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“Women: Career or Family?”

Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders came to our general area. Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton made a visit to SUNY-Purchase, while Vermont Senator, Bernie Sanders spoke at St. Mary’s Park in the Bronx. Local Live reporters Cat Galeano and Sheyla Navarro were there to report on the events. We will more on both events next week.

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Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 4.12.23 PMAt the latest Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees meeting, more than twenty Mamaroneck residents voiced their opinions and concerns to the Village Court about resolutions to the flooding issue in our area. The discussion lasted for over three hours. Resident reactions flared regarding The Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission’s recommendation to the Department of State. The Commission suggested that the $70 million dollar Army Corps of Engineers Flood Mitigation Plan is inconsistent with our Local Waterfront Rehabilitation Program, also known as LWRP. They claimed that the plan is inconsistent with several policies. What exactly is the LWRP and what effect does it have on the Army Corps Project? The LWRP is a document that was originally adopted in 1984. It consists of 44 policies which aim to promote a balance between economic development and preservation of our coastal resources. If the New York Department of State finds inconsistencies with our local LWRP, the Army Corps of Engineers flood mitigation plan will not move forward. Following the comments from the public, Mayor Norman Rosenblum and the Board decided that they require more information in order to make a decision on what will most benefit the community. Village Manager, Richard Slingerland told the Local Live that the project’s study stage has cost the Village about $8.3 million dollars.

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At the same meeting, the Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees discussed the Village annual budget for 2016-17, which was released on March 18th. Village Manager, Richard Slingerland stated that Village spending has increased by 2.7%. If the budget passes, Village residents could expect a slight property tax increase of 0.3%. At this time, the decision is still under revision. We will continue to follow this story and will report any developments.

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Residents of the Carlton House Apartment Complex in Larchmont reported that shots were fired this past Tuesday night. The Town of Mamaroneck Police responded to 911 calls from several residents who heard the gunfire. One family had a stray bullet come through the siding outside of their house, went through the sheetrock and landed in a glass liquor cabinet. The homeowner who did not want to be identified, stated that they were very scared. No injuries were reported. At this time, the police do not know who or what was being targeted. The police also found a parked purple Lexus convertible with several bullet holes. The police have been patrolling the Apartment complex on North Chatsworth in an effort to calm the residents and to look for suspects.

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In our Round Table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with Christie Derrico, Village of Mamaroneck Justice, Chris Saphire, New Gen Cafe Manager and Nancy Silberkleit, Co-CEO of Archie Comics about the role of women in today’s society and whether to choose home or career in honor of Women’s History Month.

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Screen Shot 2016-04-08 at 4.35.33 PMLast week, more than 350 high school students, counselors and youth-workers, including several from our community, took part in Prideworks, an all-day conference for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) youth and their allies. The Local Live was there to file a report. We are hoping to have some of the recipients on a future Round Table discussion.

Amanda is a beautiful cat who was rescued from the streets by a pet rescue volunteer. She was shy at first but has gained more confidence to come out of her shell, thanks to lots of love. She is friendly and loves to be petted. She is ready for her forever home. For more information on Amanda as well as other pets, visit the website, www.ny-petrescue.com.

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Find Out About Summer Camps In Our Community!

The 2016-17 Village of Larchmont budget was discussed last week at the Board of Trustees meeting. Currently, there is a $460.000 budget gap. According to Village Clerk, Justin Datino, the main expenditure increases include salary, operating and supply lines, transfers to the capital budget debt service, health insurance and workers compensation insurance. Library and sanitation services are also factors in the budget shortfall. There is a proposed law that states that a property tax increase of 3.5 % will be necessary to balance the budget for homeowners, increasing the average tax bill by $177. A public hearing was set for March 28th to discuss the 2016-17 budget as well as the proposed local law to increase the tax levy.


The Town of Mamaroneck Board passed the law to increase the tax levy but only if necessary. However, the 2016-17 budget passed without the need to increase the tax levy according to Town Clerk, Christina Battalia.


There is a proposal to make an amendment to the Village of Larchmont Code, Chapter 229 that will create a set of taxes, or more specifically, a sewer rental fee. The fee will cover sanitary sewer costs based on water consumption by property. The proposal is part of a New York State law that allows municipalities to impose a sewer rent which will provide local governments to raise funding for maintenance of the sewers in the area. The Village is in an agreement with Westchester County to conduct a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study, also known as the SSES by May of 2018. The study will help determine what needs to be done by conducting an inspection of the sewer system. The study costs about $20,000. Currently the Town of Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, Port Chester and White Plains have sewer rental fees in effect while New Rochelle and Pelham Manor are considering a similar fee.


On March 15th, the Larchmont Mamaroneck Local Summit hosted Rye Neck School Superintendent, Dr. Peter Mustick and Mamaroneck Public School Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaps. The discussion included the state of the districts, challenges and initiatives facing the ever-changing needs of the students in the area. Dr. Shaps talked about the proposed school-based health center model at Mamaroneck Avenue School, the future of Co-Op Camp and challenges to the budget. Dr. Mustick also discussed budget challenges. He also spoke about the Pre-K Week-Long Pilot Program that would enable children to acclimate with public schools before entering kindergarten and how AP Language students are working with elementary school students and parents to communicate on school matters. Both superintendents emphasised the upcoming budget hearings and votes, and how difficult it is to stay within budget every year when the state requires new additions but do not offer any aid. Dr. Mustich added that on a recent trip to Albany for Lobby Day to discuss the expense cap and state aid. Superintendents from all over the county told that “the governor had no appetite to talk about this and things were as is”. He stressed that the state aid and expense cap would help both districts to consider how expensive it is to live in Westchester but also how important it is for parents to be involved and to make their voices heard. You can watch the full Summit Meeting, as well as other local meetings on our website, http://www.lmctv.org.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike Witsch spoke with Sandy Korkatzis, Superintendent of Recreation, Village of Mamaroneck and Jamie Weisinger, Owner of MADE: My Art + Design Experience about summer camps in the community.

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Bradley, an adorable Pekinese mix, is our Pet of the Week. He is about 10 years old and weighs about 15 pounds. He has been living in a foster home with one other dog. He is blind and needs time to adjust to new people and environments. He is easily scared by loud noises and as a defense mechanism, will growl and bark. Bradley prefers an adult-only home and could benefit from another dog who is calm to follow. He is waiting to start a new live in a forever home.

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MHS Boys Hockey-State Champs


As we have reported before, Community Choice Aggregation is a New York State pilot program created by the non-profit organization, Sustainable Westchester. The program would allow local municipalities in the county to negotiate the lowest electricity and natural gas prices for their residents. At present, the Village of Larchmont, the Town of Mamaroneck, the Village of Mamaroneck, and 20 other municipalities around the county have passed local laws that enable them to participate in the pilot program. At the latest Village of Mamaroneck meeting, the Board discussed which Community Choice Aggregation suppliers should be chosen. The first supplier option, which is referred to as “green”, comes from the idea of renewable energy and the second option, “brown” refers to fossil fuel. The green option would reduce Con Edison bills by 5% of their current levels and the brown option would reduce Con Edison bills by 8%. David Styler, the Chair of the Environmental Committee, stated that the recommendation from his board was to adopt the green option. The Village voted unanimously in favor of the green option. Con Edison Solutions would provide this service. If you are not a Con Edison customer, you won’t be able to get the reduced price on your energy bill, a fact that was pointed out by Trustee Leon Potok. Con Edison would be in charge of notifying residents of the automatic changes to their electric bills. Residents can opt out of the program by contacting Con Edison.

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We have been following the Village of Mamaroneck’s initiate to protect puppies and kittens from puppy mills, also known as “the Dog Law”. As was reported before, there were two proposed local laws “A” and “D”. Proposed Law “D” passed, which fully forbids the sale of commercially bred puppies and kittens and only allowing the sale of pets from rescue organizations. But what would happen with Proposed Law “A” which regulates pet store owners and only allows them to sell animals from licensed USDA breeders? The Board has withdrawn this proposal and is currently rewriting it since was declared inconsistent with Local Law D, which was passed on February 22nd.

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Dredging, the act of excavation done underwater in shallow sears or freshwater areas in order to gather bottom sediments and disposing of them at a different location, was recommended by the Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission. The process is allowed by the Board of Trustees in Mamaroneck Harbor. The vote was 4-1 supporting the HCZM Commission’s recommendation. Trustee Lou Santoro voted against it.

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At the same meeting, the Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees approved a resolution that moves LMC-TV closer to moving into the Hook and Ladder Firehouse at 147 Mamaroneck Avenue. In an unanimous vote, the trustees directed its representative on the Tri-Municipal Board of Control to vote in favor with the leasing of the firehouse, which the Village currently owns, to LMC-TV. The Tri-Municipal Board of Control, which consists of representatives of the Village of Mamaroneck, the Town of Mamaroneck, and the Village of Larchmont, must approve the resolution in order for it to take effect. LMC-TV, the Village of Mamaroneck and the Board of Control have been examining the lease and renovation options of the Hook and Ladder Firehouse for the past five years.

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The Harbor Coastal Zone Management Commission received a notice from the State Department regarding recommendations on whether the Army Corps of Engineers Flood Mitigation Plan is consistent with the Local Waterfront Rehabilitation Plan, also known as LWRP. The notice explained that the $70 million Army Corps of Engineers Mitigation Plan is a federally-financed project. The LWRP has a total of 44 policies. The HCZM discovered that the plan has inconsistencies on several policies. However, the final decision will be determined by the State Department.

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The Village of Larchmont has a new mayor. Elections were held this past Tuesday. Lorraine Walsh, who ran unopposed was named the new mayor. Trustees Peter Fanelli and Carol Miller won with 150 votes and 140 votes respectively. They also ran unopposed.

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The Larchmont Police Department will be conducting active shooter drills during Spring Break next week. The drills will run from March 21st through the 23rd at Chatsworth Avenue School. There will be a large police presence around the school for the drills, but there is no need to be alarmed.

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Con Edison and the Larchmont Police Department have reported that residents and businesses have received suspicious calls from people claiming to be Con Edison representatives, who threaten to shut down service. Con Edison is warning customers not to fall for these scams. The false representatives ask for pre-purchased card transfers and money grams. Con Edison also warns of imposters dressed as Con Edison employees who try to gain access to homes or businesses. To report any suspicious activity, please call Con Edison at 1-800-75-CONED or call the Larchmont Police Department at 914-834-1000.
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Our pet of the week, Shelby, is an orphaned kitten who was rescued at 2 weeks old. Bottle-fed and very spoiled with love, she gets along great with other cats and her foster person’s Pomeranian. She’s very active and curious and needs to be placed in a home with a younger cat or kitten. She loves climbing into bed at night and purrs until she falls asleep. Shelby is about 10 months old and is up to date on her shots. For more information, and to meet other adorable pets, go to http://www.ny-petrescue.org.

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The Pet Adoption Show

On March 1st, the Superintendent of the Mamaroneck School District, Dr. Robert Shaps presented his recommended budget for the school year of 2016-17. The recommended budget falls under the state’s allowable tax levy cap and draws attention to expend Mamaroneck’s Core program and district education goals. The new school year’s challenge is that will be a decrease of nearly $740,000, 0.55% less than the current year’s budget. Dr. Shaps explained that the factors influencing the budget are enrollment trends, tax levy limit cap, class size, staff contract obligations and shifts in expenditures. In a press release, Dr. Shaps said, “As students’ enrollment continues to grow and operational costs increase, we will undoubtedly need to consider a budget override in order to continue to maintain the quality education we are accustomed to.” However, with the budget decrease, parents are concerned about the future of the Co-Op Camp, a program that has existed in the district since 1968. The program offers educational as well recreational activities during the summer. Seventy-five percent of the students that are benefited from this program come from low-income families. We want to remind the community that the Co-Op Camp costs the district $175,000 and the proposed budget for this program for the upcoming school year is only $20,000. We will continue to follow the development of this story. For now, we encourage parents to watch the School Board meeting budget presentation that is available on our website, www.lmctv.org. Please note that as of this date, March 10th, the budget has not been adopted. The budget will be reviewed and will be adopted on April 19th. The final budget vote from parents is on May 17th.

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The Town of Mamaroneck recently passed a new local law that would ban large trucks from East Hickory Grove Drive, Rockland Avenue and the section of Myrtle Boulevard between Weaver Street and Lakeside Drive. It will not, however, prevent delivery or pickup trucks from using the streets. The local law will become effective upon filing with the Secretary of the State, which could take a few days. You can expect to see signs in the area within the next few weeks.

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On March 3rd, the Village of Larchmont Board of Trustees held a follow-up meeting to discuss the appeal to remove the moratorium on the property at 40 Ocean Avenue. The moratorium was made so that the Board would have more time to review and study the impact of the construction, and the effect it would have on the Village. The Board decided to deny the appeal on the application, which leaves four months left on the moratorium.

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Also happening recently in the Village of Larchmont, the Larchmont Playhouse has been sold. At this time, there are no immediate plans to close down the movie theatre. We will continue to follow this story.

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On a sad note, Pastor Frank Stagno passed away on March 6th. Along with his wife, Nancy, he hosted “Hope in the Bible” on LMC-TV for nearly ten years. He conveyed stories of the Bible with humor, kindness and grace. He was also the pastor of the Trinity Assembly of God Church, which is located on Ward Avenue in Mamaroneck. Pastor Frank will be deeply missed by all of his friends at LMC-TV and the entire community.

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In our Round Table discussion, Mike and Maura spoke with Paula Krenkel, Co-President of NY-Pet Rescue and Andrea Ramos, Adoption Coordinator of SNARR to talk about the recently adopted Village law that bans the sale of commercially bred dogs and cats and targets puppy and kitten mills, allowing only the sale of dogs and cats who come from pet rescue organizations and shelters. Paula and Andrea will also show us some dogs and puppies who available for adoption.

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The Mamaroneck Ice Hockey is one step closer to achieving its state championship dream. The New York State Quarterfinal game against Massena High School are highlighted in our Play of the Week.

The New York Rangers recently teamed with the Hommocks Ice in their Rink Partnership Program to help promote hockey and ice skating in the tri-state area.

Kenise Barnes Fine Art, located in Larchmont is highlighted in our community section with a preview of her latest collection.

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