Larchmont Provides Signs for Displaced Businesses

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(by the way, this happened back in 2012 to another local business nearby)

We recently reported on three businesses displaced by an out-of-control pickup truck crash on Palmer Avenue.

The Beauty Bar, Elli Travel and Write On! stationary are all trying to service customers despite losing their storefronts for the time being. Write-On! owner Susie Yamaguchi, for instance, tells us customers who e-mail them

(writeonwest@gmail.com) can even arrange person-to-person meetings for sample inspections. They continue to process orders for invitations, announcements and stationery.

Village trustee Malcolm Frouman designed signs to advise customers of the situation. Brian Cullen of Gotham Signs in Mamaroneck created the signs and hung them – all at no cost, according to Larchmont Mayor Lorraine Walsh.

The crash rendered all three storefronts unusable. Asked how long that stretch of Palmer might look this way, Mayor Walsh told the Loop, “The building manager didn’t have specifics, but several months is the working assumption.”

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