Despite or Because of the Bronxville Micro Burst A Catalyst of Insight Into Process and Procedures
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — July 23, 2019 — As the Village recovers from what most now believe was a “micro burst” during the recent storm on Wednesday night, our recap meeting offered many insights into process and procedures. But first and foremost, I want to thank the exemplary human effort by our Village Police and Public Works Departments and the Eastchester …

eHeziDespite or Because of the Bronxville Micro Burst A Catalyst of Insight Into Process and Procedures
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

That Which Bronxville Expected and That Which Is Surprising
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — July 16, 2019 — Our consultants assisting on the Village’s Comprehensive Plan have dug deep and extrapolated data and trends that were never grouped such as they are in the Plan document.  Many were expected while others quite surprising. I thought so instructive to share with Villagers as we constantly get to know our home a little …

Mary MarvinThat Which Bronxville Expected and That Which Is Surprising
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

The Process Leading Toward Finalizing the 2019 Comprehensive Plan
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — July 9, 2019 — The Trustees and I continue to finalize our 2019 Comprehensive Plan.  Though sounding innocuous like a document headed for a bookcase shelf, it is actually a very important instrument for Village governance.  This will be the sixth community plan for Bronxville: the Village’s first overall plan was adopted in 1971, and subsequently reviewed …

eHeziThe Process Leading Toward Finalizing the 2019 Comprehensive Plan
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

The Fourth of July
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — July 1, 2019 — As I walked by our decorative store windows festooned with red, white and blue, it brought a smile of gratitude for our country and a desire to do more research on the origins and meaning of the Fourth of July. So I went home and did my homework. Often overlooked, all of the …

Mary MarvinThe Fourth of July
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Past, Present, and Future: The Changing of the Guard
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 25, 2019 — Mary Liz Mulligan has stepped down after ten years of exemplary leadership and tireless effort as chair of our Village Green Committee and passed the reins to committee member, Ellen Edwards. The changing of the guard prompted me to pause and recap what we have accomplished on the environmental front and where we …

eHeziPast, Present, and Future: The Changing of the Guard
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Bronxville Defining a Consensus Blueprint to Guide the Village As People In Leadership Change
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 12, 2019 — The Village is in the final months of our Comprehensive Plan process.  To recap, the plan is a strategic review of our community’s values, aspirations and shared vision for the future as well as a Village-wide framework to define how Bronxville’s plans, initiatives and investments fit together.  The hope is that it will …

eHeziBronxville Defining a Consensus Blueprint to Guide the Village As People In Leadership Change
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

We Are Indeed A Breed Apart
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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For good or for ill, we are indeed a breed apart literally starting with the basics of date, time and temperature. Along with Belize, Cayman Islands and Palau, we are the only nations left who register temperature on the Fahrenheit scale. We also promised that we would be on the metric system by 1980 but stayed with pints and quarts …

Mary MarvinWe Are Indeed A Breed Apart
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Memorial Day Speech of May 27, 2019
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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Good Morning and God Bless America I extend a warm welcome to all of our Veterans, clergy, distinguished colleagues and honored guests, police officers, fireman, community organizations, elected officials, residents, guests, all those who graciously participated in our parade and all the children.  This is the 99th Annual Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony.  What a unique and storied place this …

Mary MarvinMemorial Day Speech of May 27, 2019
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Recycling: Paper, Plastic, Bottle, and Now, Textiles
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — May 14, 2019 — I recently attended a Westchester County Municipal Officials presentation on decreasing a whole section of potentially recyclable waste by capturing the textile market.  Most communities are doing a good job on the paper/plastic/bottle recycling but presently 85% of all the textiles we use are discarded as trash, and the number is growing. According …

Mary MarvinRecycling: Paper, Plastic, Bottle, and Now, Textiles
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

The Need to Heal the National Divide
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — May 7, 2019 — Last Thursday, on the National Day of Prayer, I attended a breakfast organized by Pastor Waterstone of the Reformed Church and attended by every Protestant Church in the area as well as Rabbi Barzelai from Sinai Free Synagogue. It was one of the most inspiring events I have attended in recent memory.  Rev. …

Mary MarvinThe Need to Heal the National Divide
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.