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Meet the Candidates: Primaries 2022

Learn about the upcoming Village of Mamaroneck Primary Candidates

Primary Election Day
Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Registration Deadlines:

By Mail: Friday, June 3, 2022 (postmarked)
In Person: Friday, June 3, 2022
Online: Friday, June 3, 2022 Get Registered!

Meet the Candidates

Watch LMC’s Meet the Candidates programming on
LMC Ch. 75 Optimum, 36 Verizon

Day MTC: Republicans MTC: Democrats
(Young, Rawlingsm, Yizar-Reid)
MTC: Democrats
(Natchez, Litman, Spatz)
MON 2:30am
8:30am
2:30pm
3:00am
9:00am
3:00pm
3:30am
9:30am
3:30pm
TUES 8:30pm 9:00pm 9:30pm
WED 2:30am
8:30am
2:30pm
3:00am
9:00am
3:00pm
3:30am
9:30am
3:30pm
FRI 9:00pm 9:30pm 8:30pm
SAT 3:00am
9:00am
3:00pm
9:30pm
3:30am
9:30am
3:30pm
8:30pm
2:30am
8:30am
2:30pm
9:00pm
SUN 3:30am
9:30am
3:30pm
8:30pm
2:30am
8:30am
2:30pm
9:00pm
3:00am
9:00am
3:00pm
9:30pm

The above schedule will repeat weekly until Election Day (Tuesday June 28).

If you prefer to watch on demand here on our website, click a video below.

 

Democrats Running for Village Trustees

Dan Natchez
Richard Litman
Andrew Spatz

Democrats Running for Village Trustees

Lou Young
Emmanuel Rawlings
Leilani Yizar-Reid

Republicans Running for Village Trustees

Norman Rosenblum
Craig Casterella
Howard Jordan

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Community Meeting With the US Army Corps of Engineers

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US Army Corps of Engineers

WATCH IT AGAIN TONIGHT

LMC 76 Optimum / 35 Verizon
6pm & 8pm

Encore presentations:
Friday: 12a, 2a, 6a, 8a, 12p, 2p, 6p
Saturday & Sunday: 12a, 6a, 12p, 6p
Monday: 12a, 6a, 12p

Or watch on demand right here!

 

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will review the Mamaroneck and Sheldrake Rivers Flood Risk Management Project. Questions submitted in advance will be asked.

To submit a question or to get a ticket, use the QR code below or visit:
www.villageofmamaroneck.org

Through the 05/18 Community Meetings’s Zoom link, a simulcast in Spanish will also be available for the Spanish-speaking members of our community. Special thanks to the Community Resource Center for hosting a watch party.
For more information, visit www.crcny.org or call 914-835-1512.

*Emelin Theater’s COVID-19 Policy: Prior to admission, all attendees must present proof of full vaccination (i.e. two courses of Moderna or Pfizer, or one course of Johnson & Johnson) completed at least 14 days prior to the performance date, as well as a photo ID. A hard copy or photograph of your vaccination card, Excelsior Pass or COVID Alert CT, are acceptable forms of proof. ALL AUDIENCE MEMBERS IRRESPECTIVE OF AGE MUST WEAR MASKS, COVERING THE NOSE AND MOUTH, WHILE INSIDE THE THEATRE AND THROUGHOUT THE MEETING.

 

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MSB & RNSB Candidate Forums

Presents

The Mamaroneck School Board Candidates’ Forum

Voters in the Mamaroneck School District will choose from among three candidates to fill two open seats on the Mamaroneck School Board. Learn more about the candidates at the forum on May 11th at 7pm hosted by the League of Women Voters and LMC Media.
It will be broadcast live and available for later viewing.
2022 School Board Candidates

Left-Right: Athena Belsito-Maikish, Amy Nofal, Angelique Shingler.

More info about the candidates can also be viewed here: https://lwvlm.org/?p=3111

Polls open May 17th 7am-9pm. Last day for absentee ballots is May 10th.

WATCH BOTH FORUMS ON LMC!

Mamaroneck Candidates Forum

Rye Neck Candidates Forum

Both Forums will be rebroadcast on LMC
76 Optimum / 35 Verizon

Mamaroneck School Board Candidate Forum
Friday 7pm
Saturday & Sunday 1am, 7am, 1pm, 7pm
Monday 1am, 7am, 1pm

Rye Neck School Board Candidate Forum
Friday 8pm
Saturday & Sunday 2am, 8am, 2pm, 8pm
Monday 2am, 8am, 2pm

Tiki Invasion 2022

Village of Mamaroneck Parks & Recreation
Along with LMC Media

Tiki Invasion
2022

July 15
6:00pm

at the Stephen E. Johnston Beach
Harbor Island Park

FREE ADMISSION!

Food Trucks
Limbo Contest
Fire Dancers
Live Music
Friday Night Movie: Lilo & Stitch

 

Wear Your Favorite Tiki Attire

Fun for all Ages

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LMC New Board President: Mark Litvin

LMC Media is pleased to announce the election of the new officers who will serve as the leadership of the organization’s Board of Directors for the next year.

Mark Litvin

Mark Litvin, LMC Media Board President

Mark Litvin will assume the duties of President from Jeff Meighan who remains on the Board as a Member
at Large. Said Meighan, “After 7 years it was time for me to relinquish the Presidency to someone to
assume the helm with a fresh look. I am extremely excited by the election of Mark Litvin as our new
President. His operational and visionary skills honed by his many successful years at New York City Center
will be a huge asset to LMC Media and the tri-community of Larchmont, Mamaroneck, and Rye Neck. We
are very lucky to have Mark leading us into the future.”

Peggy Jackson will continue to serve as Vice President, Mike Witsch as Secretary, and Craig Ettinger will
assume the role of Treasurer. Steve Israelsky, Alex Kreinces, Kevin Lawner, and Louis Simons will be Board
Members at Large along with Meighan.

About Mark Litvin

Mark is the former Managing Director of New York City Center. Litvin joined the executive staff of New
York City Center in 2001, but his connection to the theater dated back to the mid-’70s when he was
production stage manager for Paul Taylor Dance Company during their annual City Center season. In
addition to overseeing operations for City Center’s three venues and 12-story office tower that houses
tenants and rehearsal studios, Litvin negotiated labor agreements for the theater’s 13 unions and, along
with the vice president of finance, developed and maintained an annual operating budget which grew from
$9 million to over $25 million during his tenure. One of his greatest accomplishments was the supervision
of City Center’s $56 million award-winning renovation, completed in 2011. After leaving City Center, Litvin
began consulting in theater construction and non-profit management.

LMC Media Photography Challenge

We pride ourselves in capturing highlights and important stories of the Sound Shore community (and sometimes our neighboring communities), but now we want to see it from your lens.

Join our photography challenge this month- 25 days of 25 prompts showcasing all the amazing things that make your community shine.

Professional photography not necessary- all you need to do is submit your daily picture on Facebook or Instagram by tagging us and using the hashtag, #ThroughOurLens.

Submissions will be collected and shared by us- and one random, lucky winner will be receiving LMC swag, plus a $50 giftcard from MADE Art Studio in Mamaroneck!

Can’t wait to see what you all come up with!

Poetry Live 2022

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presents

 

The 21st Annual
POETRY LIVE!

Encore presentation
 Wednesday March 30
9:00pm

Watch on LMC Media ch 75 Optimum / 36 Verizon

Or Watch On Demand Below!

Ukraine Vigil at Harbor Island March 20 at 5pm

Ukraine Vigil at Harbor Island Park

This event was held
Sunday March 20
5:00pm
Harbor Island Park

Photos courtesy of Amelia Lore

Local Musician Laura Maziotti will play the Ukrainian Anthem on the Trumpet with some of
her White Plains students
Mamaroneck High School students making bracelets to collect donations
Local children decorating small candles in blue and yellow for the Vigil
Ukrainian families providing Ukrainian snacks as part of the fundraising
UN school students making handmade cards to put into the boxes to will be sent to
Poland/Ukraine
Girl Scouts Larchmont-Mamaroneck

Medical supplies will also be collected at the vigil

A Mamaroneck resident and Ukrainian Teacher, Vitalia Popovych, will speak about her direct family fighting
for survival and how she is helping through her
church: https://www.stmichaelsukrainian.com/
Also hear from Larchmont Avenue Church Pastor Dr. Peter Bynum and County Legislator Catherine Parker

If you are unable to attend but would still like to help visit the following links

Children of the Ganges FacEbook Donation Page

 

UPDATE: The MHS Murals Saved

The Mamaroneck Historical Society is seeking the support of Mamaroneck Chamber of Commerce in their effort to remove the James Fenimore Cooper Murals from Mamaroneck High School walls and reinstall them at public sites in our community.

Public art generates excitement, leading to increased foot traffic, which benefits surrounding businesses. In 1934, students envisioned an installation of public art to enhance the school cafeteria. After seven years of planning, fundraising and painting the eight murals were installed. The murals focus on the life and novels of Mamaroneck resident James Fenimore Cooper. The Historical Society encourages you to visit their website to learn more about the history of these murals as well as how you can help save these works of art.

www.mamaroneckhistoricalsociety.org

The Murals are Saved

Check out the Patch article on the MHS murals and Sunny Goldberg's discussion with the Mamaroneck Historical Society (Know Your Neighbors episode below)

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LMC Media’s Coverage of the Mamaroneck Murals

Local Weekly Round Up: Week of 2/28/22


Know Your Neighbors: Historical Murals at MHS