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New LWV Cable Programs: Mayor Bramson on Downtown Development; Arleen Zuckerman on New Rochelle Cares: Aging in Place

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New LWV Cable Programs: Mayor Bramson on Downtown Development; Arleen Zuckerman on New Rochelle Cares: Aging in Place

January 25, 2016 - 05:20
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New LWV Cable Programs: Mayor Bramson on Downtown Development; Arleen Zuckerman on New Rochelle Cares: Aging in Place

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New interviews for “City People and Issues,” a cable television program sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New Rochelle are the following:    New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson discusses downtown development, city yard, and the role of the mayor with host Ina Aronow. In a second program, Arleen Zuckerman from New Rochelle Cares:  Aging in Place discusses with host Haina Just-Michael the range of services and social programs which the organization is developing for independent senior citizens who want to stay in their communities.

The interviews are shown on Cablevision Channel 76 on Mondays at 7 pm, Wednesdays at 9 pm and Thursdays at 9:30 pm. Mayor Bramson’s interview will be shown during the weeks of January 25 and February 8. The program with Arleen Zuckerman on New Rochelle Cares: Aging in Place will be shown the weeks of February 1 and 15.

After being shown at least once on Cablevision, they will go on demand at Vimeo.com.

Interviews that are now on demand include

--New Rochelle City Manager Charles Strome, www.vimeo.com/151950226

--State Senator George Latimer, update on state issues, www.vimeo/148778131.

--HOPE Community Services, www.vimeo/com148787475.

--Deborah Minchin, social studies teacher, New Rochelle High School, finalist in the New York State Teacher of the Year competition, www.vimeo.com/143621059

--Tracy Kay, executive director, Westchester Children’s Museum, www.vimeo.com/134232823

--Theresa Kump Leghorn, president, New Rochelle, Council on the Arts, www.vimeo.com/133698495

--Councilman Jared Rice on My Brother’s Keeper in New Rochelle, www.vimeo.com/130761968   

-- RDRXR VP Brandon Palanker on plans to transform downtown New Rochelle with citizen input, www.Vimeo.com/127661489

--Assemblyman Steven Otis, www.vimeo.com/123188954

--Linda Tarrant-Reid, award-winning author of African-Amrican history and community activist, www.vimeo.com/120159502

--Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, www.vimeo.com/120159503