Open Mike: Neighbors and Hampshire

The Owner/Developer of Hampshire County Club closed the club to traffic on Memorial Day, posting signs, without permission, on private property

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Hampshire Club Housing Fight Heats Up

Both sides square off in the comments, below.

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Coming Up: Promenade des Artistes, Mamaroneck

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Wednesday’s Closing Photo

Submit your local photo by email or to www.flickr.com/groups/looppool, and we’ll post one at the end of every weekday.

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Building of the Week: Garden Party

Have you ever wondered about this incredible massive stone structure on Orienta Avenue? Through this gate, at the turn of the 20th Century, which led to Waytes Court, rode American aristocracy. The New York Times article from 1908 reads, “Mrs. E.H. Weatherbee to Give a Bazaar at Her Mamaroneck Home,” Waytes Court, “one of the largest on Long Island Sound,”

The 30 acre estate on Orienta Point some thirty acres, which was originally the property of the DeLancey family, was, according to one account where “Fenimore Cooper made it the scene of some of his
most celebrated novels.” Today it is the entrance to and the site of the Westchester Day School.  photos: Polly Kreisman

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Condemned!

At least four abandoned homes in the Village of Mamaroneck are under scrutiny by Mayor Norman Rosenbaum and his staff.

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Abandoned Mamaroneck Home “Dangerous”

Calling an abandoned and overgrown property at 611 Orienta Avenue “beyond acceptable,” Mamaroneck Village Mayor Norm Rosenblum is working with homeowners in Orienta to rectify the “immediate danger to the health, safety and welfare of residents” in the area.

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