Category Archives: New Rochelle

Historic District Law Amended

Historic district regulations ensure that the construction and renovation of homes respect the architectural character of the surrounding neighborhood. The historic district established almost twenty years ago in Rochelle Heights and Rochelle Park is widely credited with stabilizing and enhancing home values. There may be other neighborhoods for which historic status is appropriate. In order … Continue reading Historic District Law Amended

Arts News

Art Screen Coming to Regal Cinemas Through the persuasive efforts of elected officials and arts advocates in New Rochelle and Larchmont, Regal Cinemas has agreed to begin showing art and independent films on one of its screens. The preliminary plan calls for two showings every Sunday, with the selection of films changing every two weeks. … Continue reading Arts News

Save the Date: Brunch Planned for Sunday, March 13th

2005 marks my tenth year as a member of the New Rochelle City Council. To commemorate this occasion, my campaign committee is planning a celebratory brunch and fund-raiser on at noon on March 13th. Invitations will be distributed in February, but if you are interested in attending, please mark your calendar and save the date … Continue reading Save the Date: Brunch Planned for Sunday, March 13th

Energy Conservation

In the latest of a long string of energy conservation and environmental initiatives, the City recently announced plans to replace existing incandescent traffic signal bulbs with energy efficient LED (Light Emitting Diode) displays. The new bulbs should save the City some $80,000 in energy costs annually.