News Anchor(s): Meral Kathwari
Round Table Host(s): Maura Carlin
Guest: Jennifer Graziano, Funeral Director at Coxe and Graziano
According to a recent post on Facebook by Village of Mamaroneck Norman Rosenblum, there’s a new future for the Mamaroneck Playhouse. The Local Live spoke to him about the update. We will keep you posted as this story develops.
Upon opening their New York office in 2005, the not-for-profit Save the Sound, detected a large amount of fecal bacteria contaminating the streams that feed Long Island Sound as well as the shorelines of eleven Sound Shore communities including the Village of Mamaroneck. As a result, Save the Sound sued the communities for failure to maintain their pipes and sewage treatment infrastructure. They also sued Westchester County for not enforcing the Clean The Act. Local Live Co-Producer, Cat Galeano spoke with Tracy Brown, the Director of Save the Sound to learn more. The Village of Mamaroneck and Port Chester have settled, while the Village of Larchmont and Town of Mamaroneck are still trying to find a solution.
A Pop-Art Pocket Park recently opened on Palmer Avenue. Local Live reporter, Victoria Piti spoke with Village of Larchmont Mayor, Lorraine Walsh about the newest addition to the Village.
Looking for something to do during the month of October? The Local Live has you covered. On Monday, October 2nd, the Larchmont Public Library will host “The American Dream, or Nightmare: How Novels Portray America with Catherine Wald”, at 7:00 p.m. in the activity room. For more information, go to www.larchmontlibrary.org. On Tuesday, October 3rd, the Larchmont Public premieres Beth Nadler’s latest art exhibit entitled “Dreaming of Flowers”. The exhibit which will be in Oresman Gallery runs until October 30th. Also on the 3rd, The Woman’s Club of Mamaroneck will be hosting Mark. C. Fang, the Director of Westchester County Department of Consumer Protection. Fang will present a program entitled “Protecting Yourself Against Identity Theft and Fraud”. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse, located at 504 Cortlandt Avenue in Mamaroneck. On Wednesday, October 4th, Dr. David Frey from the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center will hold a lecture called “Africa, the Armed Forces and Atrocity Prevention”. The lecture will run from 7:00-9:00 p.m in the VIllage of Mamaroneck courtroom. To register for the lecture, go to www.hhrecny.org. It’s time to register for the Larchmont Scarecrow Festival which will run from October 21st to the 23rd. Registration will end on October 7th. For more information on the event as well as registration, go to www.larchmontscarecrowfestival.org.
In our Round Table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with Jennifer Graziano, a funeral director from Coxe and Graziano, located in Mamaroneck about preparing for the end of life.
Our Pets of the Week are Mindy, a four-year-old cat and Arlis, a nearly two-year-old dog. Mindy gets along with other cats, as long as they don’t bother her during her naps which is a favorite hobby of hers. Another hobby is cuddling. She would love to find a forever home to snuggle up in. Arlis is a rescue from Hurricane Harvey. He gets along with other dogs, despite not always wanting to share his toys. He is full of love and energy. For more information on either Mindy or Arlis, as well as other available pets, please go to www.ny-petrescue.org.
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