Chamber Urging Community Involvement in Master Plan Update

December 7, 2017

MAHOPAC, N.Y.-Officials of the Greater Mahopac/Carmel Chamber of Commerce say they will continue to pressure the Town Board to update the master plan and begin to move forward with an array of improvements that are needed to help both business owners and taxpayers.

Earlier this year, chamber representatives went before the board with a plan they call Vision 2020—a proposal for a revised ...

Mahopac Grad First in U.S. to Win Competition

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— Capturing an international first prize while competing against more than 200 teams is an impressive feat. Becoming the first from the United States to do it after just one try is remarkable.

Vincent Favale, a 2008 MHS graduate, and his teammates were victors in an online competition known as Enginuity, which pitted teams against one another by asking them to run a ...

Mahopac Celebrates at the Street Fair

MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Mother Nature cooperated Sunday as the sun shone brightly in Mahopac and hundreds of residents poured into the business district along South Lake Boulevard for the 15th annual Street Fair. The fair is administered by the Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce and an eclectic blend of vendors and businesses lined the sidewalks to promote their wares and services. There was ...

Reinventing Pizza on Route 6 in Mahopac

MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- The Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Domino’s Pizza, which held its grand opening last Saturday at 926 Route 6 in Mahopac. This Domino's establishment is Mili Bhuyan's fourth franchise. Call Domino's at 845-314-1400.

Chamber Names New Executive Director

MAHOPAC, N.Y.— The Greater Mahopac/Carmel Chamber of Commerce has named Michael Celestino as its new CEO/executive director.

Celestino, a long-time Mahopac resident and 1974 MHS grad, took the helm on Sept. 11.

He replaces Erin Meagher, who was fired from the position in March after she was caught using a chamber debit card to make more than $3,000 in unauthorized personal purchases.

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