Hearings will help shape County budget; Board is determined to maintain fiscal conservation

11/18/2009 9:54:52 AM

 

 

 

 

What:  

 

 

Westchester County Board Chairman William J. Ryan (D, WFP-White Plains) and the Board’s Budget and Appropriations Chairman Jose I. Alvarado (D, WFP-Yonkers) today announce neighborhood-based budget oversight meetings, in which residents within the southern region of the county can voice their concerns about the 2010 proposed county budget submitted by County Executive Andy Spano.  Residents who live in the following communities are welcome to attend:  Yonkers, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon, Bronxville, Pelham, Pelham Manor, Eastchester and Tuckahoe

 

 

Who:

 

 

Speakers to attend include:

 

  • Legislator Jose Alvarado (D, WFP-Yonkers), Chair – Committee on Budget and Appropriations
  • Board Chairman William Ryan (D, WFP-White Plains)
  • Various agency and/or department heads
  • Local non-profit, civic and community leaders
  • Members of the Legislature 

 

Where:    

 

 

Mt. Vernon City Hall
1 Roosevelt Square (Stevens Ave btwn South 5th Ave and Wilson Place)
Mt. Vernon, New York
 

 

 

When:    

 

 

Thursday, November 19th, 2009 at 7:00pm SHARP!
 

 

 

Why:  

 

 

The Office of Management and Budget formulates an annual budget for the coming year for the administration. That proposed budget is then forwarded to members of the Legislature for review. The budget is then reviewed by members of the Legislature. They, in turn, either accept the administration’s budget as is, or they make recommendations for changes to the budget. Those changes, as well as the administration’s proposed budget are aired during a public hearing. At that time, members of the public, as well as department heads and managers, are welcome to discuss the proposed budget.