The Westchester Board of Legislators and County Executive Rob Astorino have struck a deal to bring the legislature into the approval process to turn over management of the land at the Jay Heritage Center in Rye to the non-profit group that runs the historic mansion. The Board of Acquisition and… Read More →
The county urges Westchester veterans to pre-register for this event, starting Monday.
The Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee issued rulings late Wednesday in two southern Westchester county legislature races, slapping the wrist of of incumbent Sheila Marcotte, D-Eastchester, her challenger, Democrat John Fitzpatrick of Tuckahoe, and incumbent Judy Myers, D-Mamaroneck, and the “Friends of Judy Myers” political committee. Myers’ challenger is… Read More →
Sen. Suzi Oppenheimer’s campaign is speaking up in response to comments from her Republican challenger, Bob Cohen. The GOP candidate claimed that she’s been “hostile” to the interests of small business in New York. Democrat Oppenheimer is seeking her 14th term in Albany as representative of the 37th District. Campaign… Read More →
State Senate candidate Bob Cohen is holding a press conference outside the Port Chester office of state Sen. Suzi Oppenheimer, D-Mamaroneck. Cohen is Oppenheimer’s Republican challenger and is a Scarsdale volunteer firefighter and real estate executive. According to the release put out by his campaign, Cohen today will be calling… Read More →
Rye City Republicans are forming a candidate search committee to look for people to run for mayor and city council next November. The committee is expected to include former City Councilmen John Alfano and Joe Latwin, current Councilman Joe Sack, and members of the community. Interested candidates – or folks… Read More →
Â Â The “Tax Cap Express,” carrying Assemblyman Greg Ball, R-Patterson, and Republican Assembly candidates from the Hudson Valley, arrived in Albany about 10:20 a.m. today.Â About two dozen peopleÂ got off the bus and began to walk into the Capitol’s East Park. A few minutes later, many of them walked back and… Read More →
Reporter Aman Ali sends in this dispatch: Gary Stracuzzi, Rye Town’s Democratic chair, called supervisor Joseph Carvin a “hypocrite” this week over the town’s use of no-bid hires. Stracuzzi has objected several times in past board meeetings to Carvin’s no-bid hiring of Ann Marie Berg, who was hired to investigate… Read More →