Category Archives: News

Neuringer violated ethics code

By ASHLEY HELMS Clark Neuringer, a Democrat running for mayor in the Village of Mamaroneck, has been very active on local municipal land use boards for the last 23 years and has made this a platform of his political campaign, but he finds himself in some hot water after he was ruled in violation of […]

Mayoral hopefuls battle in debate

By PHIL NOBILE In an unexpected rematch of two years ago, Harrison mayoral candidates incumbent Ron Belmont and Joan Walsh went toe-to-toe Tuesday in the town’s first election season debate. Incumbent Mayor Ron Bel­mont, a Republican, and his Democratic challenger, former Mayor Joan Walsh, traded shots about issues surrounding the community. Questions each candidate faced […]

County, Tuckahoe share PD duties

By CHRIS EBERHART Beginning Dec. 3, all overnight calls, Sunday to Saturday, to the Tuckahoe Police Department will be forwarded to the Westchester County Department of Public Safety, who will then dispatch Tuckahoe officers to the scene. This shared services agreement, which was announced on Oct. 18 by County Executive Rob Astorino, a Republican, and […]

Parker, Verni tout party line platforms in Rye debate

By CHRIS EBERHART Both candidates for Westchester County legislative District 7, Democratic Rye City Councilwoman Catherine Parker and Republican businessman and attorney John Verni, emphasized their bipartisan achievements, but reiterated their parties’ stances on the key issues facing the county in an Oct. 21 debate at the Osborn Retirement Home. In what is viewed as […]

Documents reveal chaos at Archie

By LIZ BUTTON and JASON CHIREVAS Documents obtained by The Mamaroneck Review detail new revelations about the in-office behavior of Rye mayoral candidate Nancy Silberkleit, painting a very different picture of the Archie Comics co-CEO than the one she’s tried to cultivate during the campaign. Silberkleit was sued for $32.5 million by six of the […]

Rye City Council candidates: Jason Mehler

Age: 48 Status: Challenger Political affiliation: unaffiliated, running on Independence line Party Endorsements: Independence Occupation: realtor, Better Homes & Gardens Rand Realty, former accountant, auditor Years in Rye: 13 Family: Wife Carin, a teacher at Osborn School in Rye, children Rachel, 11 and Emily, 9 Community involvement: Currently serving second three-year term on Rye Town […]

Rye City Council candidates: Terry McCartney

Age: 50 Status: Challenger Political affiliation: Republican nominee Party Endorsements: Conservative Occupation: Attorney at Rheingold, Valet, Rheingold, McCartney & Giuffra, partner since 2001; trial lawyer with product liability concentration Years in Rye: 13 Family: Wife Julia McCartney, sons Jack, college freshman at Northwestern, and Daniel McCartney, NW BOCES student Community involvement: Past Rye Little League […]

Village trustee candidates: Louis Santoro

Age: 56 Status: Incumbent Political affiliation: Republican nominee Party endorsements: Conservative and Independence Family: Wife, Nancy, children Amanda, 30, Nicholas, 23 Occupation: Retired from the Westchester Joint Water Works after 21 years Community involvement: Member of Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department, worked at Westchester Joint Water Works; union president for 15 years, coached little league […]

Village trustee candidates: Kerry Stein

Age: 55 Status: Challenger Political Affiliation: Democratic nominee Party endorsements: Mamaroneck First Family: Wife Jean Marie; children Morgan, 17, Jackson, 14 Occupation: Bond trader for Lloyds Bank Community involvement: Lacrosse and soccer coach for 12 years, helped start Pumpkin Patch, Set-up stage for school plays One thing the average voter doesn’t know about you: “I’m […]

County Legislator candidates: Mary Jo Jacobs

Age: 52 Political affiliation: Democratic nominee Status: Challenger Party endorsements: Working Families Years in district: 25 Occupation: Consulting work, director in human resources and facilities for 30 years. Family: Husband Quentin; children Anne, 19, Brendan, 17, Andrew, 14, Gregory, 11. Community involvement: Fifteen years in PTA; seven of them I was president of different PTAs. […]