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New Rochelle City Manager Calls on NRMHA to "Correct Deficiencies", Open Meeting Law Violations

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In response to a Talk of the Sound article published 10 days ago, City Manager Charles B. Strome says he has spoken with Steve Horton, an official at the New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority ("NRMHA), to address "deficiencies" in how the NRMHA conducts its public meetings.

Shabbat ShaBeach with Temple Israel of New Rochelle!

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Come join us on Friday nights: July 25th and August 22nd,as we celebrate Shabbat on the beach at Five Islands Park as the sun sets around us!

• 6:30-7:30 p.m.Refreshments and Hors d’oeuvres. bring your own dinner if you like)
• 7:30 p.m. Sunset service

Remembering the Crucial Battle of Normandy

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In the June 21, 2014 issue of Soundview Rising

On Memorial Day we honor men and women in the armed forces who have given their lives to keep our great country free. One conflict in World War II in which many lives were lost marked its seventieth anniversary on June 6.

Josephine Oliva passes

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Josephine Oliva Obituary
 
 1934 - 2014
 
 
 Oliva, Josephine
 
 Josephine Oliva a longtime resident of New Rochelle died on June 21, 2014. She was 80.
 
 Josephine was born in San Fili, Cosenza, Italy on June 17, 1934 to the late Michael and Maria (Carpanzano) Gentile.
 

New Rochelle Business Manager John Quinn Lies to Board about Purchasing Agent, T&M Contracts

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At a school board meeting on March 18th, Assistant Superintendent for Business & Administration John Quinn told the school board "Now that we have a new purchasing agent we are moving away from time and materials contracts”. He said it twice, for emphasis.

Comptroller Provides Records of Sham Audit of New Rochelle Schools, Fails to Answer Central Question "What did you know and when did you know it?"

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The New York State Comptroller ("OSC") has provided nine pages of documents as a partial fill of a Freedom of Information Request filed on May 1, 2014. The OSC claims the records "explain the school district reporting error".

Actually, the don't.