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The New York State Assembly approved a bill on Tuesday that would expedite the expansion of ride-sharing services into areas outside of New York City.
The consortium of more than 40 local governments will help the county "continue to conserve and strengthen our natural resources and environment for current and future generations.”
The county executive will maneuver around the county's Board of Legislators to follow through on a pledge to sue the parties involved in a deal that will shut down Indian Point Energy Center by 2021.
About 680 people attended this year's annual awards at the Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle.
The breakfast will be held from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. at The Gottesman Room in Pace's Kessel Student Center in Pleasantville.
The company plans to respond to a request for proposals issued by the county earlier this month to operate the airport.
County Executive Robert P. Astorino says the $1.2 billion project will position Westchester as a global biotech center.
County Executive Robert P. Astorino targeted Gov. Cuomo's State of the State proposals for 2017 in his annual State of the County address to the Westchester County Association.
Business, labor and political leaders here question what will replace the nuclear plant's energy supply and point to the dire economic impact of its closing.
County Executive Robert P. Astorino said Westchester has permits for 790 affordable units, with another 100 units in the pipeline. About 400 of those units are already occupied, he added.
The Board of Legislators passed a $1.8 billion "flat" budget for 2017, though some Democrats criticize the budget for stretching the county’s operations too thin.
The $140 million plan that would transfer management of the Westchester County Airport to a Los Angeles-based investment firm must be approved by the County Board of Legislators.
Westchester’s Local Development Corp. approved $8.15 million in low-cost bond financing for Cardinal McCloskey Community Services Inc., a nonprofit organization that protects and promotes...
Private-sector leaders will discuss economic trends in 2016 at the Westchester County Association's Jan. 7 breakfast.