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Sam Barron

Sam Barron is a former reporter for The Westchester county Business Journal.

SolarCity expands into Westchester

The largest provider of solar power in the country is now set up in Elmsford.

Chuck Napoli’s vision for downtown Chappaqua

If architect Chuck Napoli has his way, downtown Chappaqua will be radically reshaped.

North Castle Planning Board Chairman resigns

Robert Greene, chairman of the North Castle Planning Board, unexpectedly announced his resignation this week.

Westmore Fuel opening biofuel terminal in Port Chester

A biodiesel terminal in Port Chester is having its grand opening tomorrow.

Controversial LDC approves project

Though the legislators and county executive are haggling over its legality, Westchester’s Local Development Corporation approved tax-free bonds for FIELDHOME in Cortlandt Manor to refinance $13.6 million in debt.

Westchester IDA approves 2 businesses

Two businesses received tax incentives to do business in Westchester last week.

Board of Legislators fires back over Astorino LDC

The war of words over Westchester County’s attempts to run a local development corporation continues.

Westech acquires Micro-Point

Millwood-based Westech Solutions L.L.C., an IT support company, announced on Wednesday that it has acquired Micro-Point, Inc., an IT services provider.

LDC funding approved for Northern Westchester Hospital

County Executive Rob Astorino has been able to go around the Democratic-controlled Board of Legislators when it comes to his proposal for a local development corporation.

Toll Brothers plans to build on abandoned Pleasantville site

Toll Brothers, a luxury homebuilder, is planning on building 73 units of residential housing on a vacant Pleasantville property.

Chappaqua Crossing suit dismissed

A State Supreme Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Summit/Greenfield against the Town of New Castle over the town’s review of the proposed Chappaqua Crossing development on the former Reader’s Digest site.

Indian Point hearings set

The public will have a chance to hear what Entergy has to say about whether Cortlandt’s Indian Point should be re-licensed.

DEC approves power plant in Dover

The Cricket Valley Energy Center (CVE) has received its stamp of approval from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.

Fondue for a good cause

The Melting Pot, located on Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains, is teaming with Elmsford-based Westhab Inc. on a fondue fundraiser.

AMVET Bridge reopening

Commuters traveling northbound on the Taconic State Parkway will have an easier commute beginning Oct. 3, as the AMVET Bridge will reopen more than a month ahead of schedule.