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June 2014

STATEMENT OF CONCERN: PTA Council Requests Board of Education Address Concerns over Board Conduct

June 26, 2014 - 18:15

Stephanie Tomei spoke on behalf of the PTA Council at Tuesday's board meeting. She made public that a "Statement of Concern" was submitted to the Board on June 12th. The Statement was signed by all members of the PTA Council. Tomei said the board did not reply to the letter.

Tomei stressed that the Statement of Concern was not intended to criticize the board.

Reform Club to Feature Tocci, Paduano and Trangucci, Thursday June 26

June 26, 2014 - 03:08

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The New Rochelle Citizens Reform Club will meet this Thursday, June 26th at 7:30 PM, at the American Legion Post 8 Hall, 112 North Ave., New Rochelle, in the 2nd floor meeting hall.

The special guest speakers will be New Rochelle City Councilman District #1 Lou Trangucci, former New Rochelle Mayor Leonard Paduano, and current American Legion Post #8 Commander Ron Tocci.

Otis Bill To Prevent Injuries From Improperly Secured Soccer Goals Passes State Legislature

June 24, 2014 - 18:21

New York -- Assemblyman Steve Otis (D-Rye) is pleased to announce that his bill, A5308-C, mandating important safety guidelines for moveable soccer goals, passed the Legislature and is awaiting the Governor’s consideration.

Otis Bill Restricting Energy Service Companies’ Aggressive Telemarketing Passed

June 24, 2014 - 18:18

Westchester -- Assemblyman Steve Otis (D-Rye) is pleased to announce passage of his bill that would protect energy consumers by establishing telemarketing standards for energy services companies (ESCOs) in New York State. The bill passed the Assembly last Tuesday, June 17. The Senate version of the bill, sponsored by Senator Savino, passed the following day.

Saving Money On Energy Is A ‘Cool’ Thing To Do This Summer

June 24, 2014 - 18:14

NEW YORK –- Con Edison’s Green Team is paying customers to use less electricity to stay cool this summer.

The company will pay $25 to residential customers who purchase a new ENERGY STAR® room air conditioner between now and Aug. 29. By replacing an older room air conditioner with a new, more energy-efficient unit, a customer can reduce electricity usage by about 15 percent.

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