Momprenuers Roundtable — May 17, 2018

Momprenuers Roundtable

In our Round Table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with Hemlata Nambiar, the founder of 13-One to learn about her company and what it’s like to be a “mompreneur”,

Meteor Minute —
Sports Segment —
Pet of the Week —

Pet of the Week

Our Pets of the Week are Panda, a two-year-old cat and a litter of three Lab Mix puppies. Panda, who is camera shy, gets along with both cats and dogs. She likes to look out windows and to cuddle up in your lap. She loves to hang out with her best friend, fellow cat, Tommy. The litter of two females and one male have black, white as well as black and white coloring. The puppies are only a few months and have not yet been named. For more information on either Panda, the puppies or other pets available for adoption, go to

Rye Neck Budget —

Rye Neck Budget

On Tuesday, May 15th the $41 million budget for the Rye Neck School District will be available for public vote. Maura Carlin spoke Dr. Barbara Ferraro, the Rye Neck School District Superintendent and Dr. Kimberly Bucci, the Assistant Superintendent for Business and Finance, to learn more about the budget for the upcoming school year.

Playland Opens —
Parking in Mamaroneck —

Parking in Mamaroneck

Parking permits for the Hunter, Spencer, Prospect and Johnson parking lots are now available in the VIllage of Mamaroneck. There are three different types of permits-daytime only, nighttime as well as a permit for both times, which is carries a higher price. To be eligible for a permit, you must be either a resident or a business owner or employee of a local business. The permit will run from June 1st, 2018 to May 31st, 2019. To purchase a permit, go to the VIllage Clerk-Treasurer’s office, which is located at 123 Mamaroneck Avenue during business hours of 9 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday, or you can go to the official website of the Village of Mamaroneck. The sale of parking permits of the Town of Mamaroneck will go on sale on May 21st at the Town Clerk’s office, located at the Town Center which is on 740 West Boston Post Road. For information regarding permits for the Village of Larchmont, go to

Car crash at Enzo’s in Mamaroneck —

Car crash at Enzo’s in Mamaroneck

On Sunday, May 6th, a woman from Yonkers crashed into Enzo’s Restaurant on Mamaroneck around 7:45 pm. The accident occurred when the woman was reversing out of a parking space. She hit two other cars in the process before backing into the restaurant. Nine people were injured and four people were listed as critical. Police arrested Roseanne Cassano who is seventy-nine years old and charged her with driving while intoxicated. She told the police that she had only had two drinks at the restaurant before the crash. She appeared in Mamaroneck Village Court on Thursday, May 10th and pleaded not guilty. An Enzo representative declined to comment for this report.

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