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.


Why is Mamaroneck Village Considering $6M Bond for Sportime Expansion?

How many residents of the Village of Mamaroneck are aware that the Board of Trustees met with their bond attorney on July 25th in executive session and is considering underwriting …read more…

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Invasion of Flies?

Have any of your readers noticed the invasion of flies around here lately? We can’t even go outside in our backyard, it’s so bad–at any time of day. My husband …read more…

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Loudspeakers a Code Violation at Bastille Day Street Party

As I walked home from the train the evening of July 14 after my day’s work in NYC, I began hearing music as far away as Chatsworth Ave., beside Chatsworth …read more…

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Ack! What Happened to the Water in the Sheldrake Reservoir?

I am writing this email in hopes of obtaining some information about the dramatic drop in water level at Sheldrake reservoir. In my 15 years as a resident, I cannot …read more…

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Kudos to Latimer for 3% Pay Cut

Congratulations to George Latimer for taking a 3% cut in his salary. When the company I worked for was in deep financial trouble, we all took pay cuts from 10% …read more…

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Voting Yes on the Mamaroneck School Budget

For the past six months, I and a small group of concerned taxpayers have spent tens of hours reviewing the proposed budget. We educated ourselves by analyzing each budget since …read more…

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Former Critic Supports This Budget

As a parent and homeowner who has often taken a critical stance towards the annual school budget increases, especially during the go-go” years 2002-2007, I would like to commend the …read more…

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Synthetic Field Slides In While We Cut 54 Positions & Raise Taxes

I read in the Gazette that the (divisive) synthetic field project has quietly progressed in spite of a budget that has struggled along, terminating 54 district employees including 10½ teachers …read more…

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Vote Yes on Budget – And Then Do More for Reform

I am voting “yes” for this budget, “yes” for educational funding reform and “yes” to continuing an open, informed and extensive dialogue between the board of education and the community. …read more…

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The Answer is No on the Budget

The answer is no.

Others have written here in the Larchmont Gazette about our proposed school budget.

Others have written elsewhere about similar issues in other Westchester School …read more…

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Mamaroneck School Budget: Keep Teams, Cut Life Insurance

Regarding the proposed 2010-2011 budget for the Mamaroneck School system:

The budget that is currently before the voters calls for spending $122,167,894 in the next school year. This represents a …read more…

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Why Vote Yes for the School Budget

If you have followed the school budget process for 2010-11, you won’t be surprised that I have an opinion. You have seen me speak, write, critique, chastise, laud and praise. …read more…

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Latimer: NY State Budget = Tough Decision, Tough Times

As the impasse over the State budget continues, it is increasingly difficult for residents to evaluate what any individual legislator is trying to do, when nothing seems to get done. …read more…

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Voter Supports Budget

I am writing in support of the 2010-2011 school budget passed by the Mamaroneck School Board. Having attended many budget meetings, I do believe the administration and the Board worked …read more…

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Beware: Cars Being Towed at Lot Near MHS

I had an unfortunate incident on Saturday and I wondered how to prevent others from having the same experience.

I attended the senior musical at Mamaroneck High School, and, knowing …read more…

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Rasor Family Grateful, Humbled By Community Generosity

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I want to express deep gratitude to everyone that helped make last Friday’s “Fire On Ice” event such a special night for my family. The …read more…

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Protect Yourself From Health Care Misinformation

Last week I received a well-conceived “robocall” about health care. A live person said he was interested in my opinion on a taped message from Dick Morris; he would play …read more…

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Think Woodsy, Not Grand, For Constitution Park

Although I admire the creativity and loveliness of the renovation plans for Constitution Park submitted by Rivi Oren, I cannot agree with the need for the proposal. This plot was …read more…

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VOL Fire Department Denies Volunteer Chance to Rejoin

Today, March 13th, 2010, with the Nor’easter that we are experiencing I am sure the Larchmont Fire Department must be going out on call after call with downed electrical wires …read more…

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Step Up To Improve Larchmont Business District

Dear Friends, Neighbors and Customers,

We all see, and are horrified by, the way our beautiful little business district has evolved into a decrepit, shabby, unkempt landscape. I am writing …read more…

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