image of gavel on top of books

White Plains, NY - On Monday, March 4th the Westchester County Board of Legislators delivered a host of legislative items that will have a tangible impact on local residents in areas such as infrastructure, environmental protection, economic development, housing, public safety, and transportation.

(Groundworks Hudson Valley Executive Dir. Oded Holzinger explaining flooding issues at Ardsley site to stakeholders)

White Plains, NY — In response to complaints from residents and businesses increasingly affected by flooding, a comprehensive tour of flood sites along the Saw Mill River took place on Thursday afternoon. The tour was initiated by Westchester County Legislator David Imamura (D - Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Edgemont, Hartsdale, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington), who serves as the Co-Chair of the Board’s Saw Mill Watershed Advisory Board (SWAB), along with Legislator David Tubiolo (D – Yonkers, Mt. Vernon). Imamura collaborated with Groundwork Hudson Valley, NYS Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart Cousins, and Assemblymember MaryJane Shimsky to facilitate the tour, which included stops at heavily impacted areas in Mount Pleasant, Elmsford, Ardsley, Hastings-on-Hudson and Yonkers.

image of Westchester County Legislators at NYS Delegation meeting

White Plains, NY — On Wednesday, the Westchester County Board of Legislators and the County Executive submitted their 2024 Joint State Legislative Package to the New York State Delegation. The purpose of the meeting was to advocate for and support New York State legislation that impacts the issues of interest and concern for the residents of Westchester County.

photo of Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars and Finalists

The Regeneron Science Talent Search is known as the nation's oldest and most prestigious science competition.

image of the BOL Chamber

White Plains, NY — This afternoon, the Board held a Special Meeting to amend two Acts regarding real property tax levy warrants. In compliance with the law, the County Legislature must authorize tax warrants, which protect the County’s interests and priorities in the collection of outstanding debt.