NEW ROCHELLE, NY — The League of Women Voters of New Rochelle cable television program presents two new interviews: County Executive-elect George Latimer discusses his November election win and his plans for his administration and New Rochelle City Manager Charles B Strome III describes the meaning of the 2018 city budget for city services and projects. Ina Aronow is host of the programs.
The interviews will be shown on alternate weeks on Cablevision Channel 76 on Mondays at 7 pm, Wednesdays at 10 pm and Thursdays at 9:30 pm . They will also be on demand at www.vimeo.com after the first showing on Cablevision.
The interview with Mr. Latimer is scheduled for the weeks of December 11 and 25, and the interview with Mr. Strome during the weeks of December 18 and January 1, 2018.
Recent LWV cable interviews that are now on demand on vimeo.com include:
Sydelle Herzberg, LWV historian on the League’s 100th anniversary, Vimeo.com/239628368
New Rochelle mayor Noam Bramson discusses his role and current issues, Vimeo.com/240714589
–Amy Moeshli, new New Rochelle Board of Education member, Vimeo.com/230755454
–Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, vimeo.com/230757346
–Three New Rochelle High School seniors discuss their achievements and future plans, Vimeo.com/224253513
–Devron Chambers, webmaster of New Rochelle’s My Brother’s Keeper, Vimeo.com224993063
–Boys and Girls Club leaders, Vimeo.com/221945892
–Tracy Brown, executive director, Save the Sound, Vimeo.com/221947835
–Dr. Brian Osborne, Superintendent of New Rochelle School District, www.vimeo.com/215824406
–John Wright, Director, Thomas Paine Cottage Museum, www.vimeo.com/216603486
–Barbara Davis, Coordinator of Community Relations, New Rochelle Public Library, www.vimeo.com/211541651