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Members of the Westchester business community are continuing to be as involved in Irish-oriented events in 2019 as they have been in past years.
“Not one of you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t excellent at what you do,” said keynote speaker Kate Hampford Donahue.
The statement was in response to the Westchester County Association's announced merger plans with the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp.
HVEDC President and CEO Michael Oates said his organization views the Westchester County Association as a name known statewide, capable of strengthening the HVEDC regional efforts.
“Let’s legalize adult use of recreation marijuana once and for all,” Cuomo said. The move could bring hundreds of millions in tax revenues annually, by state estimates.
The Westchester County Association held its 68th Fall Leadership Dinner at the Westchester Marriott in Tarrytown. More than 600 people attended the event. The 2018 Leadership...
Mooney said he'll "still be busy," with plans to remain active in the organization, as well as through other roles in the Westchester and Hudson Valley business communities.
In addition, the two groups said they would identify key market trends and work together to find solutions that will help bring jobs and investments to the region.
Montefiore Health System could be forced out of Aetna’s provider network on Sept. 8. That means this list of hospitals — White Plains Hospital,...
Having done well in Westchester County, Madden views repurposing Stamford's High Ridge Park as a test case for Fairfield County. The proposal to repurpose one of the six buildings into a fitness facility has run into significant opposition from neighboring residents.
New York Life Insurance Co., which employs about 600 people in downtown White Plains, added student loan assistance to its list of employee benefits last fall.
“There’s a lot of disconnect currently between planning and zoning and the market,” said Jessica A. Bacher, executive director of the Pace Land Use Law Center.
Latimer told the crowd at the Westchester Marriott that “to be an American means you are an optimist. We will get through this moment in time.”
The Westchester County Association's annual Fall Leadership Dinner featured a keynote from Scott Rechler of RXR Realty.