Calling the newly approved 2015 budget “smart and responsible,” County Executive Robert P. Astorino today thanked the bipartisan group of legislators that passed the $1.75 billion spending plan, which does not raise the tax levy for the fifth year in a row, contains no layoffs and maintains and improves the delivery of essential services.
Dr. Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of The Business Council of Westchester, today expressed her enthusiastic support for the significant investment in projects that have been selected for funding through Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Councils.Read more...
December 9th's Nor’easter ended just in time for Bethel’s 15th Annual Holiday Tree Lighting at The Pines in Ossining last night. Putting their umbrellas away, members of the community gathered near the tree as Ms. Beth Goldstein, Bethel’s CEO, and James Holden, Jr., Chairman, Bethel’s Board of Directors, welcomed the group.Read more...
Today, the United States Tennis Association’s Employee Green Committee, an internal, cross-functional team of 15 White Plains employees, delivered 3,000 used tennis balls to Irvington High School. Rather than disposing of them, the tennis balls were donated by USTA employees following tennis match play, clinics and tournaments, and were also provided from the USTA ball-testing offices.
Annual Slam Dunk Tournament Set for the County Center
Scenic Hudson Exec Named to Board of National Conservation Group
Astorino Announces IDA Incentives For $51.9 Million In Projects
County Executive Robert P. Astorino today announced that Westchester's Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved financing and incentives for $51.9 million in new projects in Hastings-on-Hudson and Dobbs Ferry. The two projects -- a new rental apartment building and a Hilton Garden Inn -- will create 318 construction and permanent jobs.