Undeniably, it deserves to be included in the National Register of Historic Places of the USA and on the Historic Civil Engineering Landmark of USA as well. Port Chester has also been known to lodge the most renowned names in the whole of America. Leading the list is the entertainment writer and television host Ed Sullivan who made his TV program one of the longest-running variety shows in history of U.S. broadcasting. Other notable names include the respected investigative journalist and documentary filmmaker—Jon Alpert, the legendary rookie and two-season All-Star football tight end player—Paul Acosta, and the prominent theatre/stage director and producer of all time—Carl Schmehl, to name a few. Following the reformation of Port Chester’s electoral system in 2006, wherein the district-based political process had eliminated racial discrimination, the emergence of its unwavering economic policies and its adaptation of the state-of-the-art transportation services, Port Chester, indisputably, will remain economically and politically stable in the next years of its prolific existence.