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Town Supervisor Nancy Seligson

Supervisor's E-Newsletter
January 2019

Welcome to 2019!

The Town Board has continued to prepare for an update of the Comprehensive Plan as we interview consultants and refine the scope of the project. Some of the areas that will be studied include land use, recreation, affordable housing, municipal services and sustainability initiatives. Since citizen participation will be an integral part of the Comprehensive Plan update, residents will be asked to provide input when the time comes. 

Con Ed recently informed the Town that they will be installing a new natural gas transmission main on Fenimore Rd. Construction will begin at the end of January and take approximately three to five months.  The Town website will provide up to date information on traffic interruptions and other important information regarding the project. Gas service for residents on the street will not be interrupted.

At the beginning of February, work will begin on a Town-wide project to repair and upgrade the Town’s sanitary sewers. The Town will spend approximately $2.7 million over the next 12 months. The end result will improve water quality in our rivers and streams and Long Island Sound.

The respective boards of the Town of Mamaroneck and the Village of Larchmont are planning a joint meeting to discuss ways of expanding the food waste recycling program and improving the efficiency of the sanitation services.

The Town began the year with ceremonies to swear in newly elected Councilman Jeffery King, two new police officers and promotions of three other police officers in the department.
Councilman Jeffery King was appointed to the Town Board in January of 2018 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Councilman Tom Murphy who was elected Mayor of the Village of Mamaroneck.  Councilman King will serve for one year and will run again in November of this year if he chooses to run for a full four-year term.
Congratulations to all!

Chief Creazzo with newly sworn in and promoted police officers

Swearing In Ceremonies

Justice Dolores Battalia swearing in Councilman Jeffery King
Left: Police Chief Paul Creazzo with new Police Officer John Na, newly promoted Detective Amy La Rosa, newly promoted Lt. Thomas Hollywood, newly promoted Sgt. Nicholas Bizzarro and new Police Officer Jennifer Guski
Right: Councilman King (with family) being sworn in by former Town Supervisor and Town Justice Dolores Battalia
Green Resident of the Month, Svetlana Wasserman
Green Resident of the Month, Svetlana Wasserman

"Green" Resident of the Month

This month we honor Svetlana Wasserman.  Born in Ukraine, she immigrated to the United States when she was five years old and has lived in the Town of Mamaroneck for the last 15 years. She is an avid conservationist and volunteer naturalist at the Sheldrake Nature Center.  Svetlana can often be seen collecting litter on Fenimore Road with her two children. Svetlana has recently jumped into the RBI (Reusable Bag Initiative) helping the Town gather support for plastic bag legislation. She initiated petitions, is collecting signatures, and is always ready to assist in any way that she can.

Food Pantry is Here to Help

As you may know, food pantries and similar agencies across the country have been providing help to households financially affected by the shutdown.  Along with their twice monthly food distributions, the Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force also offers a monthly Mobile Food Pantry and a monthly "Fresh Market" produce distribution to the community.  If you need assistance, or know someone who does, please contact the food pantry at 698-3558 for more information, or visit their website at

Winter Festival

Don't miss the Recreation Department's Winter Festival!

Recreation Department's Winter Festival

Winter Notice from Con Ed:

Simply Sign up for Text Alerts from Con Ed by texting REG to OUTAGE (688243) and follow the prompts. You'll need your account number and to confirm your zip code. To retrieve your account number, log in to "My Account" or check your bill. 

Dates you should know:

  • Town Offices will be closed Tuesday, February 12th for Washington's birthday but there will be regular trash pickup. Town offices will also be closed on Monday, February 18th for Lincoln's birthday and the Maxwell Avenue Sanitation Facility will also be closed.  No trash pickup on Monday, February 18th.   

Upcoming Town Board Meetings

  • Town Board Meetings, Wednesdays, February 6th and 20th. Work sessions begin at 5:00 pm in Conference Room A at the Town Center.  Regular sessions begin at 8:00 pm in the Courtroom.

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

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