Chamber Office

953 South Lake Boulevard, Mahopac
NY 10541
Phone: (845) 628-5553
Office Hours: 9AM-5PM /M-F

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The new Chamber Logo is available for you to use on business cards and stationary.

This is a great opportunity for you to show you are a proud member of the Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce, and part of a 500 strong member organization.

Right Click on the logo and select "Save Image As..."

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The Annual Chamber Golf Outing is upon us…

On June 1st we tee off at Centennial Golf Course for our third Golf Outing…for more info, visit our Chamber Golf Outing page here…

Mahopac Carmel Chamber Scholarship Night

Mahopac Carmel Chamber Scholarship Night

The Greater Mahopac Carmel Chamber of Commerce Scholarship award night.

Will be this Tuesday May 19th 6pm at Spain Corner Stone Park, Fair St., Carmel.

chophouse grillWhen:  Tuesday, May 26

 
Where:  The Chophouse Grille, 957 Route 6, Mahopac
Time:

5:30-6:30 pm Cocktail Hour
6:30-8:30 Networking Dinner Meeting
Investment: $35 per person with reservation
$40 at the door
Call us at 845-628-5553 to RSVP in advance….

Time is running out for you to be part of Putnam County’s largest business event. Register today at Shop Putnam Expo Registration

A Night at the Races to Benefit the Annual Scholarship Fund

 

A Night at the Races | Scholarship Fundraiser

A Night at the Races | Scholarship Fundraiser

Your participation in our events and generosity has benefited many of our children over the years with tuition assistance. This year we decided to change thing up a little and do something new – A Night at the Races!!!

 

Click here for info

The Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce would like to comment on the recent notice in Mahopac News, filed over a week ago:

We would urge that every single business owner in our membership be present, regardless if you have a space on Route 6 or not, on Wednesday February 25th at 7pm.

Please be prepared to have constructive conversation with the TOC Board, the public and our vibrant membership.

The purpose of our attendance at the meeting on Wednesday night will be to uncover the motivations behind these proposed “Signage changes” while also seeking to understand or view what plan or vision this new and seemingly ambiguous code stems from. We will also be asking them to “keep the meeting open” as to hold more discussions after the meeting with Town Officials.

While nobody likes new rules and code for the sake of code, fees and regulation, we’re confident that some businesses feel they’d benefit from an investment in our town’s future…maybe this is going to end up being a good thing that this happened. Now…we’ll be heard.

Businesses in the downtown area of Mahopac are bleeding for metered parking, safer roads with less speeding, better lighting and better flow all coming forth from a comprehensive study and revitalization project for downtown Mahopac specifically…and THAT is what we feel ANY code change would come from: A plan. A real plan. What many businesses feel that, which is why we’re going to ask, this code has no plan behind it which has been communicated to the business community.

In the last 18 months since I took the role as CEO and Exec. Director, we have had zero input into these proposed changes—and to that end, I take responsibility. I should have known earlier, we should have intercepted this earlier…and we should have been involved sooner in the creative process for what seems to be a disjointed plan at best. That will no longer be the case. We, our membership, need to work alongside the town and show them what parts of this proposed code change are anti-business at best.

While the intentions may have been good, the business community is frustrated with how they found out: A notice in the Newspaper.

WE will be more diligent for you, moving forward, and we ask the community to invite anyone and everyone that would like to be part of a discussion to co-create a PRO-BUSINESS model for the TOC to be present on Wednesday night at 7pm at Town Hall.

Sincerely,
Michael A. Bucci

Executive Director
The Greater Mahopac-Carmel Chamber of Commerce