Municipal Makeovers: Two New Websites

Wanna see a great civic website? New Rochelle just unveiled this beauty. Easy to navigate and easy on the eyes.


New Ro was the winner of an "Extreme Website Makeover" competition by CivicPlus, a website design firm specializing in municipalities.

On March 8, the Town of Mamaroneck is scheduled to unveil it’s new website. We look forward to that. The current one is so-o-o- last Century.



  1. Larchmont and Mamaroneck websites remind me of the outdated Ebay web site.

  2. [quote][i]I used to think that cyberspace was fifty years away. What I thought was fifty years away, was only ten years away. And what I thought was ten years away… it was already here. I just wasn’t aware of it yet. [/i] – Bruce Sterling[/quote]

    CONGRATS New Roc on the victory. The new site looks nice, works nice and price was nice !

    Hey Editrix, ya got new TOM sh*tkicker snow boots? Nice ones too. Just checked the “new” TOM site with its lead “Welcome”, “Welcome to the Town’s new official website …”, but looks like the current not so current one. Oh well, maybe more tomorrow, as you did say March 8th. Hey, friend said it’s two years worth of work so probably takes a while to put up. Maybe we’re in for a big surprise. Ya think?. Or boots and theLoop, etc. and we can get what we need, huh? New site contest maybe?

  3. [quote][i]Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.[/i] – John F. Kennedy [/quote]

    Hey Editrix, did the TOM site change yet?
    Will it change tomorrow?
    Contest – who knows?
    Too warm for boots?

  4. [quote]
    [i]With a pencil and a pad I figured it out! … Only five years from today![/i] – From The Pajama Game[/quote]

    Editrix, we got a group together and we think we figured it out. There’s a new picture on the TOM web page. Right? Prize if we identify the scene in the picture?

    But with all our paper and pencils we couldn’t figure out why you need to go to the TOM web site to look up contact information and then telephone someone who’ll write it down, rather than our putting the request in on the web site. Something more productive like a comment here at theLoop or like a click and fix.

    Guess Editrix did say, [i]”so-o-o- last Century.[/i]”

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