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Volpe hopes community can help Community Church

December 19, 2022

To the editor: In the summer of 2019, after completing my term as mayor of the Village of Pelham, I began a discussion with Pastor Noel Vanek about the future of church building by the Community Church...

Apartments next to Community Church would provide needed senior housing; church is open to dialogue

December 12, 2022

To the editor: I write in response to the public discussion of the proposal for development of the Community Church of the Pelhams parking lot into a building with apartments for senior citizens, which...

Six questions for Mayor Mullen and Pelham Examiner

December 5, 2022

To the editor: Village of Pelham Mayor Chance Mullen and Pelham Examiner, Why am I not hearing anything about the following important issues? 1. Mullen's announcement that there will be a 12%...

Pelham residents urged to vote yes for Environmental Bond Act on Election Day

November 7, 2022

To the editor: We are writing to urge Pelham voters to remember to flip your ballots and vote YES on the Environmental Bond Act on Election Day. On Oct. 11, the Village of Pelham Board of Trustees...

Paulin endorsed for reelection to state assembly because she is one of most effective advocates

October 27, 2022

To the editor: One of the benefits of paying attention to local politics is getting to know the politicians who represent us. We learn who’s doing a great job, and who’s not. Our N.Y. State Assembly...

This school board may object to racial equity audit, but it still needs to give real consideration to town pool

October 20, 2022

To the editor: It was not long ago that the then-school board recognized that students coming from Hutchinson Elementary School did not always feel welcome in the middle school and high school. The board...

Time to learn about invasive spotted lantern fly—now in Pelham neighborhoods

October 11, 2022

To the editor: I invite you to educate yourselves about the highly invasive spotted lantern fly, now found in our neighborhoods. Turns out it’s been in Pelham at least one year, but people didn’t...

Democrats urged to vote in Tuesday primary—and for Fernandez for state senate, Gashi for U.S. House

August 22, 2022

To the editor: If you’re a Democrat and a consistent voter, you’ve probably received close to 100 notices about the primary election this Tuesday. Between campaign mailers, election board info and...

Residents back Christian Amato for state senate in Aug. 23 Democratic primary

August 11, 2022

To the editor: In this upside down year, we have yet another primary election coming up on Aug. 23. We are writing to urge Pelham Democrats to vote for Christian Amato for New York State Senate. Christian...

Franklin Field pool would bring back ‘summers many of us enjoyed when we were kids’

July 18, 2022

To the editor: The proposal to have a municipal pool at Franklin Field would bring multi-generations of our community together in a central location to have fun, learn to swim, cool off on summer days,...

Agrees it’s long past time for Pelham to have public pool

July 12, 2022

To the editor: I write in strong support of the initiative to bring a public pool to Pelham. Unlike many other municipalities in Westchester, Pelham has very few public amenities. Although a “Sound...

Would love town pool, points out Scarsale complex is larger than one square block

July 11, 2022

To the editor: I'd love a town pool. I grew up in Scarsdale, and as a kid I spent a lot of time at the pool, which was three and then four pools. An Olympic-sized pool, a diving pool, a kiddie pool...

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