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LWV Ap 21 Luncheon Features NY State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

LWV Ap 21 Luncheon Features NY State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

League of Women Voters’ Annual Luncheon Friday, April 21, 2017, Noon-2:00 Orienta Beach Club 1054 Walton Avenue, Mamaroneck, NY Speaker: New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins “Political & Policy Issues on National & State Levels of Government” Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of: Larchmont-Mamaroneck New Rochelle Rye, Rye Brook, Port Chester and...
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LWV-US Joins Women’s March on DC – What You Can Do Today

LWV-US Joins Women’s March on DC – What You Can Do Today

Recognizing the importance of this historic moment, the board of the League of Women Voters of the United States has voted unanimously to support the Women’s March on Washington and the sister marches, including the one in New York City. In response, we urge you to join in supporting our democratic form of government...
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LWV Announces Winners of Women’s History Month Poster Contest

LWV-LM Co-President Alice Pernick reviewed posters by Fatimah Kahn, Sixth Grade 2nd place winner, and Jarvis Savage, 6th grade first place winner.

The Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters again sponsored the Women’s History Month poster contest at the Hommocks Middle School this Spring. Congratulations to the following 2016 winners. Sixth Grade: 1st Place:  Ellen Ochoa by Jarvis Savage (6-1) 2nd Place:  Margaret Thatcher by Fatimah Khan (6-1) 3rd Place: (a tie)  Michelle Obama by Jessie O’Connell...
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LWV In the News: Professor, Cuomo Opponent Speaks at LWV Luncheon

From the Mamaroneck Review: Like a flashback of her political campaign. Zephyr Teachout, a former candidate for governor, spoke to a crowd of more than 100 members during the League of Women Voters of Larchmont-Mamaroneck’s annual luncheon. On April 24, Teachout arrived at the Orienta Beach Club, 1054 Walton Ave., around noon. Despite a...
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A Failure to Communicate? Town and Village Leaders Struggle to Reach Residents

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“Citizens and government, can we talk?” was the question at the Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters’ Issues Breakfast on Friday, March 13 at the Nautilus Diner in Mamaroneck, NY. Judging from the sparse turn out for a panel that included the leaders of all three local governments, the answer is, “Not very well.” Despite...
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LWV-LM Installs New Board, Honors Out-going President

Westchester County Legislator Catherine Parker (left) presents outgoing LWV-LM president Elisabeth Radow with a proclamation in her honor.

At the June 5 annual meeting of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters, the following slate of officers was elected to the 2014-2015 board and Elisabeth Radow was honored for her four years as president of the chapter. Westchester County Legislator Catherine Parker presented Ms. Radow with a proclamation, and the LWV-LM board announced...
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Join Or Renew Your LWV Membership Today

Join Or Renew Your LWV Membership Today

The Benefits of Membership in the LWV Include: Three Leagues for One: Join the LWV-LM and you’ll automatically become a member at the local, state and national level. Get involved, make an impact at any and all levels. Three Missions for One: Only the LWV is dedicated to voter services, education and advocacy. Only Show in...
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View Forum on Unfunded Mandates Via LMC-TV on Demand

Click the link to view the November 7, 2013 forum: New York Unfunded Mandates in an Era of Tax Caps: Problems and Possible Solutions. The forum was jointly sponsored by the Larchmont-Mamaroneck LWV & The Local Summit Organization.  Panelists included: Former Mamaroneck Town Supervisor Valerie O’Keeffe (What Are Mandates and What Are Their Impacts?), NY State...
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LWV in the News: Residents Discuss Unfunded Mandates at Forum

By Ashley Helms, Hometown Media, November 14, 2013 Saving money and preparing for unfunded mandates handed down by New York State has been what some municipal governments consider to be the most severe financial strain over the past several years, but community leaders have attempted to create discourse in order to encourage residents to...
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