Category Archives: New Rochelle

Strong Start for NYS Dems

Elections have consequences. That’s been abundantly and painfully clear in Washington since 2016, but a much happier counter-example is now playing out in New York State, where voters flipped the State Senate this past November, delivering a healthy majority to Democrats, led by Westchester’s own Andrea Stewart-Cousins. As a result, progressive legislation that had been … Continue reading Strong Start for NYS Dems

“Comfy” Says: Weatherize Your Home

Okay, so I already blogged about home weatherization quite recently, but this goofy/funny photo just begs to be posted. That friendly creature visiting my office is “Comfy,” the mascot of the Energize New Rochelle program, which provides financial assistance and guidance for anyone looking to improve their home’s energy efficiency. To learn more, call 914-302-7300 … Continue reading “Comfy” Says: Weatherize Your Home

Neighborhood Conversation Recap

Back in October, I hosted four “Neighborhood Conversations” around New Rochelle.  If you weren’t able to attend, here’s a link to my presentation.  (This footage is from the final meeting at New Rochelle High School.) At each of these conversations, I used an interactive application called “slido” to survey the audience and invite questions.  Some … Continue reading Neighborhood Conversation Recap

Applications Invited for Wildcliff Advisory Committee

In the aftermath of the fire that ravaged Wildcliff Manor last month, the City is forming an Advisory Committee to examine options for the future of the structure and grounds.  Residents interested in applying to join the Committee can submit an application at newrochelleny.com/wildcliff.  Applications are due by January 7th. Wildcliff is a special property … Continue reading Applications Invited for Wildcliff Advisory Committee