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Town Supervisor Nancy Seligson


Supervisor's E-Newsletter
July 2019



Happy summer to all!

Town of Mamaroneck camps and recreation programs are in full swing and going well, including Monday night "Concerts in the Park" and movie nights, both held at Memorial Park.  However, there were a few blips due to weather.  On Monday evening, July 22nd, there was a downpour of 2.5 inches in less than three hours. Initially, the rain was falling at a rate of 1.5 inches an hour. Thankfully, the flooding subsided quickly and there were no reported injuries. As a result of flood control improvements to the Larchmont reservoir and Duck Pond and up-to- date maintenance of the storm drain system there were fewer flooded areas than previously. Unfortunately, we did have to cancel the concert for that night, however, it has been rescheduled for Monday, August 5th
TMFD personnel at Hommocks Camp with campers for a fire department demo
The Fire Department visited the Hommocks Camp


Bicyclist safely using road with sharrows
Bicyclist safely using road with sharrows

Sharrows are Coming!

The Town’s "Complete Streets" policy's goal is to enhance pedestrian, bicyclist and motorist safety.  Placing sharrows on Town roads is an important first step to promote safety while sharing the road.  

Cyclist using Sharrow in Village of Larchmont
Sharrow on street in the Village of Larchmont

Sharrows are bicycle road markings with two inverted V-shapes.  Their purpose is to remind motorists to share the road by identifying which part of a road should be used by bicyclists. The Town plans to paint sharrows on the following roads: 

  • Myrtle Boulevard from Weaver Street to North Chatsworth Avenue
  • North Chatsworth Avenue from Myrtle Boulevard to Forest Avenue
  • Rockingstone Avenue from Mountain Avenue to Forest Avenue
  • Forest Avenue from Weaver Street to the New Rochelle border


Ribbon Cutting of new Senior Center Deck
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony featuring Elected officials, Town staff and Ralph Engel 

Senior Center Deck

The Senior Center now has a beautiful outdoor deck.  With a generous donation from resident and Planning Board Chair, Ralph Engel, the Town was able to fund the construction of the deck utilizing the Engineering and Highway Department staff to build a beautiful deck at the Senior Center.  

Senior Center Deck
Senior Center Deck


Public Hearings

Two important public hearings are scheduled for Wednesday, August 21st regarding proposed legislation for a commuter parking law and reusable bag law. The Town Board will consider proposed legislation to prohibit commuter parking within a half mile radius of the Larchmont train station.  The proposed legislation can be viewed in its entirety on the Town's website at www.townofmamaroneckny.org.  Residents are welcome to attend the Public Hearing.  However, if you are unable to do so, below are the ways in which you can provide your comments:

  • e-mail: supervisor@townofmamaronecknyorg
  • telephone: (914) 381.7805
  • letter:  Nancy Seligson, Supervisor, Town Center, 740 W. Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck, NY  10543
The other public hearing scheduled will consider reusable bag legislation in the Town.  Although New York State has approved legislation that will ban single-use, carry out plastic bags, it will not go into effect until mid 2020. The Town was already in the process of proposing legislation when the New York State legislature adopted the law. The Town's proposed bag legislation will be compliant with the future New York State law and will allow the Town to get a jump start on the effort.

We would like to thank former resident, Sveltlana Wasserman, and "
Mothering Mother” for each donating 1,000 reusable bags which will be distributed to residents.
Summer Interns Adriana Alverado and Lily Shein with reusable bags that will be distributed to residents
Summer Interns Adriana Alverado and Lily Shein with reusable bags that will be distributed to residents

The Town is on Nextdoor!

The Town of Mamaroneck has launched a "Nextdoor" account. We will use "Nextdoor for Public Agencies" as a public service to announce matters of public interest. Please note that Nextdoor should not be used to request emergency services, lodge complaints, or report events such as utility interruptions, fallen trees, etc. All emergencies should be reported by calling 911. Your postings and conversations will remain private. While I hope the information will be of value, you can easily opt out by clicking on the "Local Agencies" link, finding the Town under "directory" and then clicking on "unsubscribe." 



Electric Vehicle Charging Station at Town Center
Electric Vehicle Charging Station at Town Center

Town Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations

The first of four EV charging stations is installed at the Town Center.  Charging stations at the Hommocks Parking Lot, Myrtle Boulevard by the Parking Garage and Baldwin Avenue/Memorial Park will be installed in the next two weeks and all charging stations should be ready for use by August 15th. During the first three months of operation, there will be no fee, however, after that period, there will be a charge to use the EV stations.


Newly paved Town road
Newly paved Town road

Road Paving

The Town will embark on its annual road paving project in August that will be completed by the end of September. The following roads are on the paving schedule:
Burton Road, Copley Road, Harmony Drive, County Club Drive, Ridgeway Road, Kenmare Road, Alden Road, West Drive, Hilltop Road, Fenimore Road, Split Tree Road, Adrian Circle, Salem Drive, Murdock Road and Kolbert Drive. 



Dates you should know:

  • Town Concerts in Memorial Park: Final concert of the summer features "The Mystery Tour" on Monday, August 5th at 7:00 pm.

Upcoming Town Board Meetings

  • Wednesday, August 21st:  Town Board meeting, 5:00 pm work session in Conference Room A and regular session at 8:00 pmin Courtroom
*Note: Public Hearings on Proposed Commuter Parking Restrictions and Reusable Bag Legislation to be held at 8pm.

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

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