Larchmont Department of Public Works staffers were on the street Monday installing three black, wire mesh screens around Larchmont.
The mesh will soon display signs for the Rotary Club of Larchmont. The Rotary Club is an organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian services in over 200 countries, according to the Rotary Club of Larchmont website.
One sign will stand tall on the bridge just past the intersection of Myrtle Boulevard and Chatsworth Avenue. Department of Public Works (DPW) labor foreman Rich Berligno watched from the ground as co-worker Billy Longbucco seared the wire mesh into place, atop the tall black posts.
Traditionally, when you enter a town with a rotary club, there is a sign, Rotary President Marilyn Masiero said.
The other two wire mesh screens were installed on Palmer Avenue off of Harrison Drive and Boston Post Road off of Dean Place - next to the Fuji Mt. Steak House.
"The signs will be up in the next couple of days," Masiero said. "It will be the wheel, which is our sign, and it will have when the meeting is."
The Rotary Club of Larchmont hosts meetings every Friday at the Larchmont Yacht Club at 12:15 p.m. Masiero said all are welcome to attend.
"It's good," said Masiero, regarding the signs. "It lets you know that Larchmont is a community where people care."
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