Mayor’s Column: Configuration, Training and Goals of Our Bronxville Police Department
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq. and Deputy Mayor ROBERT UNDERHILL

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 17, 2020 —  In light of all that is going on in our country, many residents have asked about the configuration, training and goals of our Bronxville Police Department. To that end, we thought it was most timely and transparent to share with you a snapshot of our department as it is in 2020. We have …

Mary MarvinMayor’s Column: Configuration, Training and Goals of Our Bronxville Police Department
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq. and Deputy Mayor ROBERT UNDERHILL

Bronxville Mayor’s Column – Week Beginning June 8th
By MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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eHeziBronxville Mayor’s Column – Week Beginning June 8th
By MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Why Trump Will Be Re-elected In A Landslide
By BOB WEIR

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — JUNE 9, 2020 — This article is not about the many successes the Trump Administration has earned during the last 3 ½ years because I’ve written about it before and it would take more column space to describe than I care to dedicate right now. Besides, if you’re a left-wing America-hater you’ll refuse to believe the …

eHeziWhy Trump Will Be Re-elected In A Landslide
By BOB WEIR

Partnering to Ensure Bronxville’s Success With Those Who Have Been Generous to Residents for Decades
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 4, 2020 — It is nice to see Pondfield Road and Palmer Avenue come back to a semblance of their former bustling selves as we are now in Phase 1 of the Governor’s reopening plan for the Hudson Valley Region. Phase 1 includes delivery curbside and in-store pick up service for the following businesses: clothing stores, …

eHeziPartnering to Ensure Bronxville’s Success With Those Who Have Been Generous to Residents for Decades
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

Labor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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NEWARK, NJ — June 1, 2020 — Over the last few decades we have seen a tendency in many cases not to enforce anti-trust laws, which were designed to break up monopolies in restraint of free trade. The argument has been that the development of big box stores and/or chains, even if it does reduce competition in the marketplace, has …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanLabor Monopsony and the Need to Resurrect Labor Market Institutions
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

Mike Eruzione Congratulates and Honors School of Professional Studies Graduates at Manhattanville College
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PURCHASE, NY — May 23, 2020 — USA hockey team captain Mike Eruzione joined a Zoom call to help celebrate and congratulate Master’s Degree graduates from the School of Professional Studies recently. Forty years after celebrating a world shocking win over the Russians in the Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey semifinals, and following that with a Gold Medal win over Finland, …

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Bronxville to Pay Tribute to Our Veterans this Memorial Weekend

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BRONXVILLE, NY — May 23, 2020 — Please stop by Bronxville Village Hall to pay tribute to our Veterans this Memorial Day weekend. Lay a flower, say a prayer, pay respects to our heroes lost defending our country.

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Is Biden a Racist If He Doesn’t Choose Abrams?
By BOB WEIR

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — May 20, 2020 — We hear a lot of talk about who Joe Biden might choose to be his vice-presidential running mate. One prominent name being bandied about is Stacey Abrams, the Georgia Democrat who lost the 2018 gubernatorial race to Republican Brian Kemp. In fact, the former Georgia State Rep and Minority Leader of the …

Bob WeirIs Biden a Racist If He Doesn’t Choose Abrams?
By BOB WEIR

Mayor’s Column for the Week of May 18, 2020
By MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — May 19, 2020 —I belong to a Westchester business group that gathers experts to discuss the economic health, business atmosphere and future of our County. We convened via Zoom last week and listened to professionals in all business sectors of the County give their assessment of the COVID19 effect on their industry and their forecasts for the …

Mary MarvinMayor’s Column for the Week of May 18, 2020
By MARY MARVIN, Esq.

The New Inequality Part II
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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NEWARK, NJ — May 19, 2020 — As the country begins a process of reopening, and increasingly more people, especially those deemed non-essential workers, are protesting against the lock-downs, we are seeing more clearly the fault-lines in the economy. On one level, there is a class warfare going on between economic elites who are able to work remotely and ordinary …

Oren M. Levin-WaldmanThe New Inequality Part II
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN