Bronxville Mayor’s Column for Week of June 6th 2022
By Mary Marvin, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 6, 2022 — What happened last week in Uvalde shook our community and the entire nation to the core. As a result, many of you have inquired as to what the Bronxville Police Department does in cooperation with our schools to ensure the security and safety of our children. The goal of our Police Department and our Village government is to …

Mary MarvinBronxville Mayor’s Column for Week of June 6th 2022
By Mary Marvin, Esq.

Kramer Levin’s John P. ‘Sean’ Coffey Confirmed as General Counsel of the Department of the Navy by the US Senate

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The Bronxville Tribune Edition BRONXVILLE, NY — February 10, 2022 — Seventy-nine U.S. Senators yesterday confirmed Village of Bronxville resident John P. “Sean” Coffey to the position of general counsel of the Department of the Navy. Coffey was nominated as general counsel by President Joe Biden in August 2021. Coffey is a retired Navy captain and former federal prosecutor. “Sean …

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Automotive Review of the 2021 Mazda CX-30
By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

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PINEHURST, NC — November 14, 2021 — Every now and then, we get a car that just speaks to me. The 2021 Mazda CX30, 2.5 Turbo with Premium Plus Packaging, All Wheel Drive, in Soul Red Crystal Metallic (be still my heart), with Black and Brown interior, the Black being the black leather seats and the Brown being the brown …

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By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

2022 Westchester County Proposed Operating Budget Released

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Westchester County Executive George Latimer Cuts County Property Tax Levy By $7,000,000 Watch Press Conference Live on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/westchestergov/   WHITE PLAINS, NY – November 9, 2021 — Westchester County Executive George Latimer has released his 2022 proposed Operating Budget announcing a $7 million dollar cut to the County property tax levy.  This is the third County property tax cut …

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The Different Types of Life Insurance and How to Determine Which is the Best One for You

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY –  October 24, 2021 — When people research life insurance, they typically want to know more about permanent and term policies. However, there’s more to this type of insurance than just these two policies. There are other types of life insurance you can choose from, each having its unique benefits. Here are the different types of life …

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Bronxville Mayor’s Column: Week of October 12th, 2021 Column
by Mary Marvin, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — October 12, 2021 — I  have been trying to understand the bipartisan infrastructure bill to take my mind off some of the other activities in Washington and also because infrastructure and public transportation are front and center for us at the moment in village government. I focused in on the support for Amtrak as I have a special fondness for it – …

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by Mary Marvin, Esq.

You Can Run BUT You Can’t Hide
By Fred Polvere

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YONKERS, NY — October 7, 2021 — Ron Matten is running for Yonkers City Council President. When asked why he was running, he said he wanted “to be a check” on Mayor Mike Spano. Typical of everything Matten says, there is no there, there. You see, when Spano took time off from running an employment agency for family and friends, …

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Three Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Retirement

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October 6, 2021 — After devoting yourself to your career, the time has come to finally retire. Retirement is something most people look forward to. However, it’s also something not everyone plans for. You see, while retirement does give you some much-needed reprieve, not having a plan might cause boredom to set in rather quickly. You still need to have …

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Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin’s Column for Week of September 21st, 2021 Edition
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — September 23, 2021 — As promised in my column of last week, I will continue sharing the initiatives the Village is undertaking as our number one priority this fall is to make our streets safer and neighborhoods more walkable. The following are an array of projects we have either completed, are in progress or have definite plans …

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by MARY MARVIN, Esq.