2019 Mid-Term Report

White Plains, NY — New protections for the environment and domestic violence victims; projects to improve major roadways, parks and infrastructure; and measures that stabilize the county’s finances, aid local municipalities and school districts, and begin rebuilding the county’s rainy-day funds, are just some of the highlights detailed in a mid-year report released Tuesday by Westchester County Board of Legislators Chairman Ben Boykin (D - White Plains, Scarsdale, Harrison).

Boykin said, “I’m proud of the Board’s accomplishments so far this year, and across the entire legislative term which began in January of 2018. We’ve set in motion major improvements to our parks and infrastructure. We’ve begun the process of repairing our finances after years of budget imbalances, and we’ve passed important new protections for our environment and for the working families of Westchester. I’m looking forward to continuing to work with my colleagues to advance the health, safety and well-being of the people of this county, guided by our progressive values and our long-term goal of making Westchester a more vibrant, more sustainable and better place to work, live and enjoy.”

Click here to read the Mid-Year Report from Chairman Benjamin Boykin II.