The Local Live “Round Table” with PUSH FITNESS — September 17, 2018

The Local Live “Round Table” with PUSH FITNESS


Members of Push Fitness, which is located at 154 East Boston Post Road in Mamaroneck stopped by our studio to give us some fitness tips and equipment we can use at home.

 

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Pet of the Week – Pet Rescue —

Pet of the Week – Pet Rescue


Our Pets of the Week are Melonie, a two-year-old cat and Pickles, a six-year old rescue from Houston. Melonie loves to play and was brought to Pet Rescue from a household which could no longer care for her. Pickles recently had puppies and all of them have been adopted. Now it’s her turn. The sixty-five pound Hound mix to cuddle when she isn’t playing with her toys or the neighborhood dogs. For more information on either Melonie or Pickles, as well as other available pets, go to www.ny-petrescue.org

 

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The Larchmont Playhouse —

The Larchmont Playhouse


The Larchmonth Playhouse is ready to reopen as a movie theater that will screen foreign, independent and arthouse films. Cohen Brothers Realty Group that bought the historic playhouse last September, recently received zoning approval to expand the theater to four screens. The planning documents state that the company will keep the theater’s facade as is with a small change to the signage of the theater.

VOM Police Dept. (Closed Meeting) —

VOM Police Dept. (Closed Meeting)


Aslo at the Board meeting, a resident from the Flats asked about the results of a closed meeting with the Village of Mamaroneck Police Department. The meeting, which was held during a Village of Mamaroneck Board Executive session last month discussed an incident from July 3th where allegedly fourteen cops and three canines were sent to a small family gathering for fireworks in the Washingtonville district.

VOM Board Meeting (Bridge Project) —

VOM Board Meeting (Bridge Project)


During last week’s Village of Mamaroneck Board meeting, residents of three homes located near the Hillside Avenue Bridge spoke about their concerns regarding the pending project to replace the bidge as part of the US Army Corps Flood Mitigation Plan that will widen the Mamaroneck River below. The homes may lose a combined 23% of their property to the project. Last year, the State Department of Transportation provided the Village of Mamaroneck River with more than $5 million toward the project as part of the Bridge NY Program. As a condition of the state funding, the Village needs to award a cocnstruction project by December 15th.

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