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BOL Majority Leader Borgia Hosts Women’s Business Forum at WCC

BOL Majority Leader Borgia Hosts Women’s Business Forum at WCC

    White Plains, NY - Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) Majority Leader Catherine Borgia (D-Ossining) hosted a forum last week entitled “Keeping the Doors Open for Business” aimed at local small businesses owned and operated by women. The event was the first in a series intended for small businesses in Westchester County. The forum took place at the Westchester Community College (WCC) Gateway Center in Valhalla, NY. The WCC Gateway to... Read more

Released:10-15-2014 | See More _Newsroom

Westchester Legislators Pass Bond Act for Water Treatment, Saves Taxpayers $90 million

Westchester Legislators Pass Bond Act for Water Treatment, Saves Taxpayers $90 million

On Monday, October 6th, the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) passed a critical bond act that will save Westchester County taxpayers up to $80 million and hopefully end the threat of $37,500 per day in fines levied against Westchester County from the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).   Read more

Released:10-06-2014 | See More _Newsroom

Vice Chair Maisano Proposes Law to Combat Impact of "Puppy Mills"

Vice Chair Maisano Proposes Law to Combat Impact of "Puppy Mills"

  Westchester County Board of Legislators Vice Chairman Jim Maisano (R, New Rochelle) proposed legislation this week that would ensure that dogs and cats sold by pet "dealers” or “sellers" in Westchester County are maintained in a safe and healthy environment, and his legislation seeks to stop the unregulated flow of puppies from high volume and inhumane breeders and their transporters. Read more

Released:09-19-2014 | See More _Newsroom

Westchester Legislators Establish “Cross-Age Collaboration” Policy to Strengthen Intergenerational Bonds

Westchester Legislators Establish “Cross-Age Collaboration” Policy to Strengthen Intergenerational Bonds

White Plains, NY – In recognition of the growing need for connecting generations and creating “age-friendly” communities, the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) has approved a resolution to establish a “Cross-Age Collaboration” policy for consideration in all County services and directives in order to promote and strengthen purposeful intergenerational bonds. Read more

Released:09-12-2014 | See More _Newsroom

Westchester Legislators Continue Review of Finalists to Revitalize Playland

Westchester Legislators Continue Review of Finalists to Revitalize Playland

White Plains, NY – The Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) continued its review of finalists to revitalize Playland today when it heard from representatives of Central Amusements International LLC (CAI) and Standard Amusements LLC on how they might restore and operate the County’s iconic 280-acre amusement park and recreation area during a meeting of the BOL Labor, Parks, Planning & Housing Committee (LPPH), chaired by Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North... Read more

Released:09-04-2014 | See More _Newsroom

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Westchester Legislators Announce First Capital Projects Dashboard Update

Legislator Ken Jenkins demonstrating the Capital Projects Dashboard

White Plains, NY – The Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) unveiled its Capital Projects Dashboard on February 11, giving Westchester residents and business owners an opportunity to track the progress of the more than 300 hundred approved capital projects approved by the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) totaling over a billion dollars.     

     

The first updating to the capital projects dashboard, with new information reflect new bond acts that have been approved and changes in status of any of the projects, has been completed and can be viewed at: http://westchesterlegislators.com/capital-projects-dashboard.html

     

Among the major updates, there is now a new total project amount of 338 and a total amount of $1,080,923,842 with a job creation number of 11,217. Also, in the Planning / Property Acquisition category, the number of project went from 59 to 60 for a new total amount of $109,005,380; and in the Roads, Bridges & Parkways category the number of projects went from 57 to 61 for a new total amount of $102,619,000.

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