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Leslie Hatzel

Community Advisor

Leslie is a graduate of Ardsley High School. She received her bachelor's degree in English from American International College. She worked at PepsiCo for 15 years before working as a substitute teacher, tutor and teacher's aide,. She specializes in working with children with developmental disabilities. She was active in the Port Chester schools where her son played high school football. She also is a past member of her residential cooperative's board of directors.

Leslie Hatzel's Contributions

  1. Remember, Reflect On Holocaust Remembrance Day

    Remember, Reflect On Holocaust Remembrance Day

    Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, begins on the evening of Wednesday, May 4 and ends on the evening of Thursday, May 5.Holocaust Remembrance Day is observed on the 27th day of Nisan of the Hebrew calendar. The internationally recognized date marks the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the 1943 act of Jewish resistance in German-occupied Poland during World War II. When ...

  2. Firefighters' Firing Prompts Protest In Port Chester

    Firefighters' Firing Prompts Protest In Port Chester

    This story has been updated.PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Monday's surprise firing of eight paid firefighters in Port Chester prompted a rally and protest by about 200 firefighters, union members and the public.By a 5-1 vote, as reported earlier here by Daily Voice,  Port Chester's village board eliminated the paid fire department and 11 jobs. Three of the career jobs were vacant, leaving eight ...

  3. Village Board Axes Paid Fire Department In Port Chester

    Village Board Axes Paid Fire Department In Port Chester

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester's village board voted 5-1 to on Monday night to cut eight paid firefighters.The abrupt budget change would save an estimated $600,000 in salaries and benefits in the 2016-17 budget, according to village officials.A rally to support the firefighters was planned for 1 p.m. Tuesday outside Village Hall at 222 Grace Church St. Organizers encouraged people ...

  4. Kimberly Williams-Paisley Speaks At Rye Library

    Kimberly Williams-Paisley Speaks At Rye Library

    RYE, N.Y. -- Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley spoke to a standing room only crowd at the Rye library on Wednesday. Paisley, who is from Rye, was discussing her new book "Where The Light Gets In: Losing My Mother Only To Find Her Again" about her mother's battle with dementia. Her mother's suffers from a rare form of dementia — primary progressive aphasia -- which affects a ...

  5. Westchester Movie Theatre Employee Knocked To Ground By Teenager

    Westchester Movie Theatre Employee Knocked To Ground By Teenager

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A 24-year-old employee of AMC Loews Movie Theater was punched and knocked to the ground on Monday night by a teenager trying to sneak in without paying.The worker's mother contacted Daily Voice with an account of the incident. Police had no immediate details. No arrests have been made.A Loews theater manager declined comment, referring Daily Voice to AMC ...

  6. Port Chester Residents Elect Three Democrats, Three Republicans

    Port Chester Residents Elect Three Democrats, Three Republicans

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester residents elected three Democrats and three Republicans to their Board of Trustees on Tuesday.Democrats Gregory Adams, Daniel Brakewood and Luis Marino were elected along with Republicans Gene Ceccarelli, Bart Didden and Francis Ferrara.Democratic Mayor Dennis Pilla was elected last fall. Brakewood, Ceccarelli and Marino are incumbents, while Didden is ...

  7. Café Mirage Celebrating Rise In Restauranteurs At New Location

    Café Mirage Celebrating Rise In Restauranteurs At New Location

    This story has been updated.PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Café Mirage, a former mainstay on North Main Street, has relocated to the heart of Port Chester. Just doors away from the famed Capitol Theatre, and steps away from the Metro-North train station, Cafe Mirage tripled its seating capacity at its new location at 223 Westchester Ave.Chef Dave Haggerty and his wife, Katy, previously operated ...

  8. Foreigner Performs At Capitol Theatre

    Foreigner Performs At Capitol Theatre

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Classic rockers Foreigner performed an "unplugged" concert at Port Chester's Capitol Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 13. During the intimate set, the "Juke Box Heroes" gave acoustic renditions of hits such as "Double Vision," "Cold As Ice," "Feels Like the First Time," and "I Want to Know What Love Is," ...

  9. Port Chester Aims To Improve Waterfront

    Port Chester Aims To Improve Waterfront

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Port Chester's waterfront could get a shot in the arm if a deteriorating seawall along the Byram River is repaired and recreational amenities are added, according to Lohud.com.Mayor Dennis Pilla said the village is working with an engineering company to come up with plans to repair the seawall -- located behind Costco -- that has sunk in areas and is caved in. Some ...

  10. Scenes From Storm That Blankets Larchmont, Mamaroneck

    Scenes From Storm That Blankets Larchmont, Mamaroneck

    Daily Voice readers sent in more photos of Saturday's snowstorm that hammered the Hudson Valley.While no records were broken here, New York City saw its second-highest snowfall total with 26.8 inches before the storm headed east overnight.In the Lower Hudson Valley, snowfall amounts included 20 inches in Yonkers, a foot in Lake Carmel, 11.5 inches in Yorktown Heights, 13.5 inches in ...

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