Every year, the City of New Rochelle spends about $250,000 to collect piles of leaves and then another $160,000 to dispose of those leaves. Despite our best efforts, we do only a fair to middling job of it – depending on conditions each season, leaves might remain on the road well into the winter, obstructing … Continue reading To Mulch or Not to Mulch
Yesterday, the City Council received the results of a TOD Study prepared by our development staff and consultants. I know what you’re thinking – what the heck is a TOD Study? Well, TOD stands for Transit-Oriented Development, a term much-used these days by planners and developers. But whether you call it TOD, Smart Growth, or … Continue reading TOD! (What’s That?)
Catie, the kids and I had some wonderful time together as a family during the holidays, and we hope that you and yours also enjoyed the season. After November’s election, I took a little break from sending mass emails and posting to social media. Now with a new year upon us, I’d like to start … Continue reading Looking Forward to a New Year
Catie and I want to express our thanks for your support and encouragement during the course of the campaign. It was a privilege to work with so many people whom we admire, and we could not be more grateful.
If our 2013 photo is a little more formal than usual, that’s because it was taken at a fundraiser, which ended up being just about our only time together as a family! We’re hoping to see each other a bit more often in 2014, and hope that for you and yours the coming year will be filled with health and happiness.
With sincere appreciation and every good wish for the season,