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Sustaining enthusiasm for sustainability

The Harvard Business School defines sustainability in business as doing business without negatively impacting the environment, community or society as a whole. For the...

Five organizations join to push for housing legislation

Five Westchester and Hudson Valley organizations have joined in a push for the New York State Legislature to pass bills that could help create...

Latimer signs new county budget while at home recovering from Covid

The budget, totaling $2.2 billion, includes a $7 million property tax cut, compared with cuts of $1 million in each of the two previous budgets.

Business, government and community leaders gather for WCA event

Organizations honored for their achievements at the Westchester County Association's Nov. 30 event included Skanska, Westhab and WMCHealth.

Susan Fox of White Plains Hospital elected WCA board chair

Fox, who currently serves as vice chair, will succeed William P. Harrington in the role of chairperson effective Jan. 1, 2022.

NIMBY returns: Neighbors oppose apartment plan for 701 Westchester Ave. office...

Five White Plains neighborhood associations have come out against a proposal to tear down an office building at 701 Westchester Ave. and put up a 5-story, 360-unit apartment building.

‘Welcome Home Westchester’ campaign launched to address housing crisis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rqx88NDBKA A new effort by a coalition of organizations and businesses to address what is described as “the housing crisis in Westchester” was launched June...

Suite Talk: Michael Romita, president and CEO, Westchester County Association

"I don't want to see New York City crater," said Romita.

Latimer’s proposed Westchester County budget welcomed by business groups

Representatives of both of Westchester’s largest business associations, The Business Council of Westchester (BCW) and the Westchester County Association(WCA), had positive things to say...

WCA revises guidelines for housing initiatives, economic growth

The Westchester County Association has revised its Policy Playbook, a guide for  development and economic growth, to include insights, resources and examples of how...

‘Business insights’ reviews guidance for the business reopening process

As businesses reopen with COVID-19 lurking in the background, they need to review their insurance protection and consult with legal counsel to be sure...

Westchester County Association forms group for post-pandemic recovery

Although there still is no definitive time line for the reopening of Westchester County businesses, an effort to help lay the groundwork for economic...

WCA’s Michael Romita plans to stay out of the political mud

Health care advocacy, a healthy real estate economy, expanded housing opportunities, increased workforce development, biotechnology innovation, infrastructure improvements and improved internet service were a few...