It is becoming increasingly apparent that the residents of New Rochelle have been lied to by their local government regarding a serious matter involving significant risk to human life not to mention negative consequences for property owners in and around Echo Bay (Sutton Manor, Premium Point, Davenport Neck and the Mill Pond area of Larchmont) and taxpayers who were quite nearly put on the hook for millions (if not tens of millions) in environmental clean up costs.
Bee-Line buses and Paratransit vehicles are operating with approximately 30 minute delays.
The Westchester County Airport is open. Passengers should check with their carrier for specific flight information.
For schedule information, check www.westchestergov.com/beelinebus.
Below are the public hearings that were sent to me in a memo from the City Manager. The first hearing on removing fire hydrants from the City budget has one unresolved issue: how will United Water distribute the costs among customers? This should be written into the bill the state legislature must pass. Also will the funds lost as a budget item in the fire department find its way into another part of the City budget?
Public Hearings on December l0th:
1) Public Safety Infrastructure Costs (fire hydrants)
BRIDGEPORT, CT - The Iona College men's basketball team earned its fourth straight victory with a 83-72 win over Fairfield in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play at Webster Bank Arena. Senior Sean Armand led a trio of double-digit Gael scorers with 28 points.