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With empty storefronts and tax revenue on line, cannabis shops should be allowed in Village

November 29, 2021

To the editor: The board of trustees in the Village of Pelham continues to consider passing local law number 4, which would ban the sale of cannabis in the village. I write this letter not as a cannabis...

Details on Oct. 30 Snapchat post from parents of student who posted it

November 12, 2021

To the editor: As the parents of the student who made the Snapchat post that preceded the alarm on Monday, Nov. 1, we want to clarify some details surrounding those events. We are new to Pelham,...

After Monday’s events at PMHS, PTA will seek ways to educate community on use of social media

November 4, 2021

To the editor: We are thankful to know that everyone at Pelham Memorial High School is safe and that no one was in any danger at any time this week. In a time when social media may create an inflated...

McLoughlin thanks voters of Pelham after election to town board

November 4, 2021

To the editor: I want to thank the residents of the Town of Pelham for voting in Tuesday’s election. I am honored you elected me to the town council and will put my time, effort and expertise into...

McLoughlin demonstrates community leadership needed for town board

October 27, 2021

To the editor: In the early panic of the pandemic, when most of us worried about our health and our families, Kara McLoughlin worried about other people too. She saw fundraiser after fundraiser cancelled,...

No to public pool at Franklin Field: school district, town

October 18, 2021

To the editor: We write to express our appreciation to Michael Treanor for his suggestion to build a community pool on Franklin Field, and, importantly, his desire to bring children from all areas of...

In support of Franklin Field town pool suggested at school board meeting

October 7, 2021

To the editor: I wholeheartedly endorse the proposal made Wednesday night to the board of education for a town swimming pool at Franklin Field to be paid for by user fees. The equity audit commissioned...

Manor officials downplay threat of storms like Ida, leaving village at mercy of extreme weather

October 6, 2021

To the editor: During the Sept. 27 Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees meeting, it was highly concerning to hear the mayor, trustees, and village manager misconstrue the meaning behind the labeling...

Source of power matters: Electric trash trucks ‘will not move the carbon-footprint needle’

September 15, 2021

To the editor: I sent the letter below to the Village of Pelham mayor and board of trustees on Sept. 14 to be read into the record at the board of trustees' regular meeting. In addition to being...

‘Lipstick on a pig:’ Dismayed Village of Pelham moving to buy 4 diesel garbage trucks

September 13, 2021

To the editor: I sent the letter below to the Village of Pelham mayor and board of trustees on August 12. In the wake of the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Ida in Pelham, Westchester, Queens and other parts...

‘Monumental decision’ on Village trash plan made ‘with almost no opportunity for public input’

September 13, 2021

To the editor: We've been residents of the Village of Pelham for just over seven years; when we moved here, I found it frustrating that the board of trustees did not communicate well about their activities,...

Back ban on gas-powered leaf blowers in Pelham Manor

September 13, 2021

To the editor: Necessity is the mother of invention and the impetus for change. The time to eliminate the use of gas-powered leaf blowers in the Village of Pelham Manor should stand as currently...

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