In our round table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with New York state Senator Shelley Mayer about what has happened since she was elected.
“Scriptly Live” with the Howards offers a recap of the latest films currently in theaters.
The Mamaroneck Town Council unanimously passed a gun ban law following a second public hearing. The law contains minor changes on exemptions that were made after the first public hearing. Town Supervisor, Nancy Seligson received sixty-nine responses from residents, with only one being against the ban.
A village of Mamaroneck resident of The Flats area complained that 14 cops and three dogs showed up at a family barbecue at a small park on July 4th. At the last village of Mamaroneck board meeting, the resident said that he was told the order for the size of the police force present came from “the higher ups.” The resident was informed that the matter would be investigated.
ICE is enforcing the deportation of Debora Barrios-Vasquez, a Mamaroneck mother and worker. On July 12, the Community Resource Center held a candlelight vigil in hopes of stopping the separation by deportation of the Guatemalan mother from her American-born children.
By the end of 2017, Westchester County had a $32 million deficit. On July 9th, Westchester County Executive George Latimer stated during a press conference that his administration inherited this number from “past policy decisions.” He stressed that the new government would practice transparency in its processes.
Our Pets of the Week are Sunflower, a three-year-old cat and Sweetie, a Mixed Breed pup. Sunflower is very friendly and cheerful and she can be seen at the Kitty Cottage. Sweetie looks likes like a Greyhound but she isn’t as big. She loves to play in the yard with other four-legged friends. For more information on either Sunflower or Sweetie as well as other available pets, go to www.ny-petrescue.org.