Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS


In 2010, the Larchmont Gazette ceased publication. In 2011 the publishers donated all contents to the Larchmont Historical Society, which will continue to make the Gazette archives available online.



All inquiries should be addressed to the Larchmont Historical Society.


Two Fire Trucks for $1M? Mamaroneck Will Vote June 22

At its May 19 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board approved borrowing close to three million dollars for capital improvements and set a public referendum for June 22 to authorize borrowing …read more…

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Mamaroneck: Prepare for Higher Water Rates

Water rates are going up and some residents are complaining about parking rates, which have already gone up. These were among the items addressed at the April 21 meeting of …read more…

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Overnight Parking Has Town Neighbors at Odds

A seemingly innocuous public hearing to prohibit overnight parking on Laurel Avenue, a dead-end residential street, generated both confusion and controversy at the April 7 public meeting of the Mamaroneck …read more…

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TOM Board Weighs Alternatives for Costly Water Project

At its St. Patrick’s Day meeting on March 15, the Mamaroneck Town Board heard from State Assemblyman George Latimer on possible impacts of Albany’s budget and took further steps on …read more…

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Mamaroneck Town Board Reacts to Consolidation Study

Members of the Mamaroneck Town Board reacted this week to a report from the Tri-Municipal Shared Service/Consolidation Study Group. The group made seven major recommendations, including: the creation of a …read more…

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More Units Requested for TOM High-Rise Plan

At its March 3 meeting, the Town of Mamaroneck Board approved changes in parking regulations for three local streets and considered “slight” changes for a high-rise apartment building that has …read more…

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TOM Board Inches Toward Reval, Moves on Duck Pond

At its February 3 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board inched forward on two long-standing issues: a comprehensive revaluation of all property, last updated in 1968; and the renovation of the …read more…

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Parking Issues Take Center Stage at TOM Board Meeting

Parking concerns claimed center stage on January 20th as the Town of Mamaroneck Board approved a new law for Lester Place and considered changes for Preston Street, Chester Place and …read more…

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Challenges & Continuity for New (Old) TOM Board

Government officials, staff, family members and local residents packed the Mamaroneck Town Courtroom on Wednesday, January 7 for the swearing-in of newly elected officials, including Town Justice Dolores Battalia, Supervisor …read more…

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TOM Approves Parking Meters & Duck Pond Agreement

Following a joyous swearing in ceremony and a sober State of the Town address by Supervisor Valerie O’Keeffe, the Mamaroneck Town Board rounded out its January 7 meeting by …read more…

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TOM Board Schedules Two Public Hearings: Parking Meters and Parking Spots

At its December 16 meeting, the Mamaroneck Town Board scheduled two public hearings (for parking in Washington Square), approved three bid proposals (for Memorial Park’s pump station, the Senior Nutrition …read more…

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TOM Prelim Budget Up 2.5%; Wittner Dissents

On December 2, the Mamaroneck Town Board approved a preliminary budget for 2010 with a 2.5% increase for Town residents. Councilwoman Phyllis Wittner was the sole dissenter.

The preliminary …read more…

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TOM and VOL to Share Costs of New Town Clerk/Assessor Intern

World Series Game 6 brought brevity to the November 4 meeting of the Mamaroneck Town Board meeting. After a brief review and approval of fire claims and four certiorari settlements, …read more…

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Tentative Budget Would Raise TOM Taxes 2.9%-TV

The tentative budget for 2010, described at the October 20 meeting of the Mamaroneck Town Board, would raise taxes 2.9% for residents of the unincorporated Town of Mamaroneck. Before adopting …read more…

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TOM Water Rates Rising

At their September 16 meeting on Wednesday night, the Mamaroneck Town Board raised the rates for water and got the latest details from Westchester County Legislator Judy Myers on …read more…

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TOM Nixes Parking on Maxwell, Requires Key Boxes

The Mamaroneck Town Board held two public hearings, passed two new laws and tabled another for two months at its August 12 meeting. Supervisor Valerie O’Keeffe also reported, briefly, on …read more…

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Parking Deck Opens; Board Passes Tow Law

Parking and consolidation occupied the biggest chunks of the Mamaroneck Town Board’s agenda on Wednesday, July 8. Following the meeting, the board announced that the long-awaited opening of the Myrtle …read more…

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Rain Delays Parking Deck Opening

The Town of Mamaroneck Board agenda for June 17 called for public hearings to repeal one law, adopt another and amend a special permit. While there was almost no” public” …read more…

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TOM Parking Plan Evolves; Still Controversial

The room was filled to the rafters for the Town of Mamaroneck Board meeting on Wednesday, April 21. On hand was a contingent of Mamaroneck Town firefighters, who were being …read more…

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“Mamaroneck Strip” Residents Seek Tax Relief

Four residents of the “Mamaroneck Strip” attended a work session with the Mamaroneck Town Board on April 21 to continue their quest for tax relief. Also at the session was …read more…

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