The Information Age has made instant access to an unlimited universe of information available to anyone with a computer with an internet connection. But too much information can often be as useless as no information at all! I’m recalling the roll out of Medicare Part D. The barrage of options was overwhelming even to the most detailed-oriented person!

Before the start of its April 28 meeting, the Board of Legislators honored high school students from around the County who won awards at WESEF and represented Westchester County at the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).

County Legislator George Oros (R—Cortlandt) joined County Executive Andrew Spano, Peekskill Mayor John Testa and other local officials at the waterfront in the City of Peekskill to celebrate the official opening of the Annsville Trail on Wednesday, April 19th. The group marked the occasion with a special ribbon cutting ceremony.

Environment and Energy Committee Chair Thomas Abinanti (D, I, WF-Greenburgh) tapped Harckham (D, WF- Bedford) to Chair the Sub Committee on Septics.

With a program led by County Legislator Judith Myers (D,WF-Larchmont), the County Board joined in the national observance of Women’s History Month by honoring the Westchester Women’s Agenda (WWA), a 60-member organization that champions causes that improve the lives of women and children in Westchester County.