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The seven-county region was the second strongest labor market in New York behind Long Island’s 4.4 percent unemployment.
A 2012 task force concluded that reforming state courts could save $56 million annually. The courts have asked for a $2.18 billion budget for the next fiscal year.
“We have all the ingredients here,” said Marsha Gordon, president and CEO of BCW. “We see forces coming together for smart growth.”
Marsh & McLennan Cos., the parent corporation of the White Plains subsidiary, acquired 36 companies for $2.1 billion in the previous two years.
Aqua Club, the owner of the beach club, says it would never have agreed to sell the V.I.P. if it had known the real buyer was a California-based ashram.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Ramapo officials fabricated the town’s finances to help sell $150 million in municipal bonds.
“He’s a bull in a china shop,” said U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel, "and that doesn’t work in government. It’s all about compromise.”
The case was filed on behalf of owners of the Mount Kisco condos who identified numerous impediments to people with disabilities.
Bashian & Farber sued Richard Syms for not paying fees for work on contesting the will of Sy Syms.
MK Illumination USA Inc. is buying the American Christmas property at 30 Warren Place for $11.85 million and the company itself for an undisclosed price.
Company President Frank Pasqualini said in an affidavit that financial troubles stem from a dispute with Local 38 of the Sheet Metal Workers International Association.
Michael N. Kelsey lost his law license because of sexual assault charges concerning a Boy Scout camping trip in 2014.