Charles Blow in Mamaroneck — January 29, 2018

Charles Blow in Mamaroneck


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The Larchmont Mamaroneck Human Rights Committee and the Mamaroneck School District held the 31st annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration on January 7th. The theater was packed for speaker, CNN commentator and New York Times columnist, Charles M. Blow. He spoke about King’s legacy and how systemic racism remains prevalent today. Valerie O’Keeffe, the former Town of Mamaroneck Supervisor, was awarded the Human Rights Award.

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Mayor Tom Murphy with the Village News — January 9, 2018
Latimer Announces Transition Team — January 3, 2018

Latimer Announces Transition Team


C5.4 LATIMER

EXECUTIVE ELECT GEORGE LATIMER ANNOUNCED HIS TRANSITION TEAM RECENTLY. LATIMER NAMED KEN JENKINS OF YONKERS AS DEPUTY COUNTY EXECUTIVE. JENKINS WAS LATIMER’S OPPONENT DURING THE SEPTEMBER PRIMARY RACE.

SERVING AS COUNTY ATTORNEY IS JOHN NONNA, FORMER MAYOR OF PLEASANTVILLE AND PARTNER WITH LAW FIRM SQUIRE PATTON BOGGS.

FOR DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS, LATIMER CHOSE JOAN MCDONALD, THE FORMER STATE COMMISSIONER OF TRANSPORTATION. LATIMER ALSO NAMED CATHERINE CIOFFI, THE FORMER WCBS BROADCASTER, FOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS.

 

 

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Project Veritas Brings Attention to Mamaroneck — December 4, 2017

Project Veritas Brings Attention to Mamaroneck


Project Veritas, an organization owned by James O’Keefe and located on 135 Hoyt Avenue in Mamaroneck, was put in the national spotlight recently following an article published by the Washington Post regarding a woman who works for the organization approached them with a fake news story. In the article about Alabama’s Republican US Senate candidate, Roy Moore, Jaime Phillips claimed that Moore impregnated her as a teenager, that resulted in her having an abortion at the age of fifteen. The Local Live spoke with local public officials to get their reactions to the story.

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