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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.
A labor union representing 300 Westchester Community College employees has filed a complaint with the state that claims the county did not negotiate in...
An economic development package recently introduced by the county Board of Legislators includes a series of bills that would ensure county construction projects are completed with a lower threshold for Project Labor Agreements as well as with the use of a contractor apprenticeship program.
Westchester County Board of Legislators Chairman Mike Kaplowitz and Vice Chairman Jim Maisano will continue in their leadership positions for another two-year term.
In a 10-to-7 vote, the board passed the budget 13 days ahead of its Dec. 27 deadline, making it the sixth straight year with no increase to the county tax levy.
The county Seniors and Constituencies Committee and the Budget and Appropriations Committee met Aug. 24 to discuss funding for Mount Vernon youth programs.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators has approved a $166.7 million budget for Westchester Community College for 2015-16. The budget will not raise tuition for students...
Despite its future remaining uncertain, it appears increasingly likely that Rye Playland will remain mainly an amusement park.
The county Board of Legislators chairman is looking to come into compliance with a 2009 affordable housing settlement, but consensus may be hard to come by.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators approves $5 million in spending for construction work to 40 roads and bridges damaged by winter storms.
Sustainable Playland Inc. has been told it has until May 1 to decide whether to re-engage in the Playland improvement plan review process.
County lawmakers are mulling a proposed law from Democratic Majority Leader Catherine Borgia that would would increase the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 19 years old.
Construction will add as many as 30 spaces to the parking lot and improve safety, the county Board of Legislators says.