NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- At a series of events last week in Bedford, Yonkers and the Sound Shore, local business owner Joe Dillon launched his campaign against long time incumbent Senator George Latimer in New York's 37tRead more
WESTCHESTER, NY -- Westchester County’s Department of Senior Programs and Services (DSPS) will hold its annual public hearing and advocacy speak-out on Friday, Sept. 19 at the Westchester County Center, 198 Central Ave., White Plains, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.Read more
The City of New Rochelle is partnering with Streetfaris.org for New Rochelle’s Second Annual Street Fair.
So who is in charge of promoting and advertising this second annual event? Most likely the same people that didn’t promote the first annual fair very well. Where are the signs, the banners, newspaper/media coverage, and the radio and TV ads?Read more
Not Tom Paine, The final Chapter!
Well maybe not. As you all know who really wealds the pen of “Not Tom Paine” and he can’t help but keep speaking up even during times of poor health and difficulty.Read more
Elizabeth Ganga of the Journal News has an interesting "tidbit" about New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson:
In her article Buying Time under the microscope, she writes:Read more
New Rochelle, Remaining open and on the record takes more courage than remaining silent!
I encourage you to read the two following articles:
Phil Reisman: A show of courage from Mayor Bramson
Phil Reisman, [email protected] 7:31 a.m. EDT July 22, 2014
City of New Rochelle issues a Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”)
Qualified Developers Sought for Downtown "Clusters"
New Rochelle, Part Two: “an eagle doesn’t catch flies.”
I am printing this POST for “He who shall remain nameless”. But many of you that have been around will be able to figure out who the writer is. Many have from my conversations in the streets.
You can read Part One Here:
New Rochelle “POISONED BY IMPORTANCE”!