WESTCHESTER, NY — Ossining Mayor Victoria Gearity opens the Friday, September 21, 2018th broadcast day at 10am. We learn if it is too late to engage in the Car Free Day initiate and to Take the pledge and learn more about transportation alternatives including Lime Bikes. We learn what transpired at the Landlord Tenant Relations Council. We ask the best practice for how landlords and tenants can resolve issues of contention. We learn of Village Engineer Paul Fraioli and Water Superintendent Andrew Tiess report presentation on public works projects presently underway. Of particular interest are updates on paving and road restoration work with focus on Snowden Avenue and the Campwoods Road corridor. We learn if infrastructure work by Westchester County and Con Ed have been completed and when repaving will be completed. This segment: 10-10:30am
Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas discusses the various and pertinent facets of his $116 million proposed budget for FY 2019 intended to maintain essential services as well as the capacity to invest in revenue generation, infrastructure, and job growth. Additionally, Mayor Thomas reveals the rationale behind the initiative he will announce early Friday afternoon. He speaks to the purpose of the Quality of Life Task Force with respect o preventing home fires and foreclosures, and how to recognize financial scams. This segment: 10:30-11am.
Thereafter, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large delves into hyperlocal, county, state, national and international issues with commensurate analysis. This segment: 11-12Noon.
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