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White Plains, NY — In a unanimous vote on Monday night, the Board of Legislators passed a resolution opposing Con Edison’s proposed delivery rate increases.

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White Plains, NY -- Threats of violence against Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg or any other prosecutor are unacceptable and have no place in a democratic society. This behavior is not only unpatriotic, but it is un-American. The use of violent rhetoric or actions to advance political agendas is immoral and undermines the rule of law on which this nation is founded. Moreover, such actions have a chilling effect on the ability of prosecutors to carry out their duties impartially and fairly, ultimately weakening the judicial system. Any threat against public officials who build a career in service to the People should be condemned, and responsible parties must be held accountable for their actions.

L Photo (L to R: Leg. Colin Smith, Leg. Margaret Cunzio, Honoree Marcela Briones-Levin, Chair Catherine Borgia, Leg. Terry Clements, Leg. Vedat Gashi & friends); R Photo (L to R: Paul Mosley, Chair Catherine Borgia, Honoree Dr. Pauline Mosley, Leg. Jewel Williams Johnson, Deborah Mosley)

White Plains, NY — On Monday evening, the Westchester County Board of Legislators celebrated Women’s History Month paying tribute to Marcela Briones-Levin of Ossining, and Dr. Pauline Mosley of White Plains.

L-R - David Imamura recites the Oath of Office with County Clerk Timothy Idoni; Swearing-in at BOL Chambers by Judge Erin O'Shea McGoey

White Plains, NY — The vacancy for Westchester County Legislative District 12 is filled, as of Monday March 20, 2023. Newly-elected County Legislator David Imamura was sworn in today as he concluded his bid to replace MaryJane Shimsky after her ascension to the New York State Assembly earlier this year. The special election to fill the vacancy was held on February 28th.

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White Plains, NY —  In an effort to promote transparency and accountability among County elected officials, the Westchester County Board of Legislators voted 15-0 to approve the “Truthful Disclosure for Candidates” bill (2023-86) tonight. The inspiration for this legislation was born from the controversy surrounding Long Island Congressman George Santos, who is under ethical review after revealing he misrepresented his educational and professional background.