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Town Supervisor Nancy Seligson

Supervisor's E-Newsletter
May 2018

Spring has sprung!

Spring activities are in full swing in the Town of Mamaroneck. More than 300 people participated in two successful Earth Day events: The Annual Lil Bunny Hop/5K Race and the Annual Spring Cleanup at the Hommocks Conservation Area. Turnout for the race was terrific with 285 runners participating in the Annual Lil Bunny Hop/5 K Race on April 22nd. The famous Town Bunny and Carrot gave out candy and high fives to the runners. Thank you to the Recreation Department, Fire Department, Police Department, and Highway Department for making it a fun filled event. The weather was beautiful for both events.    
Lil Bunny Hop/5K Race
Start of Race
Town Elected Officials and Staff at Lil Bunny Hop/5K Race
Supervisor Nancy Seligson with Councilwomen Abby Katz and Sabrina Fiddelman along with Assistant Town Administrator Connie Green O'Donnell
Lil Bunny Hop/5K Race
Runners en route

Participating in the cleanup were more than 50 children, students and adults along with employees from Walgreens. The volunteers collected over 20 bags of trash and recyclables. A special thank you to the Conservation and Sustainability Departments for organizing and making the cleanup a great success. Also thank you to Trader Joe’s and Walgreens for donating water and snacks for  the hard working volunteers.  

Volunteers at the Annual Spring Cleanup
Spring Cleanup
Volunteers at Spring Cleanup 2018
Even toddlers take to the trails!
Spring Cleanup 2018
Some of the group post-Cleanup
LMC-TV's Grand Opening at Town Center
LMC-TV Staff with community members and elected officials

LMC-TV Moves to Town Center

LMCTV has a new home! LMCTV has consolidated their offices and studios on the third floor of the Town Center. The newly renovated offices and studio look beautiful and have great views of the harbor and Harbor Island Park.

Arbor Day, 2018

On April 27th,  Arbor Day, the Town rededicated two new trees at the Town Center to Judge Martin E. King Jr. and former long-time Highway Foreman Joseph Paterno. The plaques accompanying the new trees honor the two men. Family members were in attendance for the rededications.  

Arbor Day 2018
Family of Judge Martin E. King, Jr.
Arbor Day Planting
Highway Department 
Arbor Day Tree Planting 2018
Family of Former Highway Foreman Joseph Paterno

Kenducky Derby!

The Larchmont Gardens Civic Association held their Annual Kenducky Derby May 5th. Hundreds of kids and parents had fun cheering on their plastic ducks on the Brook.

Kenducky Derby 2018
Inspecting the ducks
Kenducky Derby 2018
Big Crowd at this year's Derby
Kenducky Derby 2018
Town Supervisor Nancy Seligson, Councilwomen Jaine Elkind Eney and Abby Katz with the Duck!
Elected Officials with Governor Cuomo
Supervisor Nancy Seligson attended the Tax Law Press Conference with Governor Cuomo

Tax Bill

The Governor signed a bill in mid-April that would allow the state and municipalities to restructure tax payments as charitable gifts or payroll deductions in order to circumvent the federal tax law limiting those deductions. Although the operational logistics of how to accomplish this are not yet clear, the Town is beginning to explore various options. We are in contact with State officials, other local officials, and financial tax experts to determine what can be done for residents.    

Coast Guard Auxiliary Base Opening May 2018
New Flotilla Commander Vicki Campolong, Auxiliary Flotilla Member Frank Picone, Assemblyman Steve Otis and Supervisor Nancy Seligson 

Coast Guard  Auxiliary Event

Annual Opening of Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla Base 75

Coast Guard Auxiliary Base Opening May 2018
Coast Guard Auxiliary Base Opening May 6th 

State Senate Election, Shelley Mayer

Congratulations to Shelley Mayer for her victory in the April 24th special election for State Senator. We look forward to working with Senator Mayer. Senator Mayer can be reached at and 914-934-5250.

State Senator Shelley Mayer
State Senator Shelley Mayer
Food Waste Recycler Extraordinaire Judy Caputo
Food Waste Recycler Extraordinaire Judy Caputo

"Green" Resident of the Month

This month we honor Judy Caputo for leading the lunchroom trash separation activities at the Hommocks Middle School. Judy spends every Tuesday in the lunchroom for all three lunch periods. She guides students in separating their food waste and recyclables from trash.  She gives the untouched food to the guidance office who distribute it to students who forgot to bring lunch. Judy also encourages residents to join the voluntary Food Waste Recycling initiative in the Town of Mamaroneck/Village of Larchmont and she participates in Town cleanups as well. Kudos to Judy for going “above and beyond” the call of duty.

Are you recycling your food waste?!  Please join your friends and neighbors and consider recycling your food waste. For details about participating in the program, please call my office at 381-7805 or simply e-mail

Dates you should know:

  • Compost Give Back Day, Saturday May 12th8:00 am to 3:00 pm.  The Town will be giving away compost to residents of the Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont. The compost will be available at the Maxwell Avenue Recycling Center.  Please bring a bucket.
  • Movie in the Park, “Despicable Me 3”, Friday, May 18th, 8:15 pm, Memorial Park
  • Larchmont/Mamaroneck Memorial Day Parade, Thursday, May 24th, 6:45 pm, commences at Chatsworth Ave. Bridge   
  • Town Offices and Maxwell Avenue Recycling Center Closed, Monday, May 28th in honor of Memorial Day.  There is no garbage collection.       

Upcoming Town Board Meetings

  • Wednesdays, May16th and June 6th.  Work sessions begin in conference room A at 5:00 pm followed by the regular sessions at 8:00 pm in the Town Center Courtroom. 

The Town of Mamaroneck is committed to fostering welcoming communities and an equitable, diverse and inclusive society.

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