Boyce Thompson Center Welcomes New Healthcare Tenants to its Roster

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Mixed-Use Center in Yonkers is More Than 90% Leased YONKERS, NY — July 13, 2018 – The Boyce Thompson Center, an innovative 85,000-square-foot mixed-use center in Northwest Yonkers, has announced signing 12,724 square feet in new leases to three healthcare tenants bringing the center to more than 90% percent leased. ENT & Allergy Associates signed a lease for 8,043 square …

eHeziBoyce Thompson Center Welcomes New Healthcare Tenants to its Roster

Mark Brooks on Westchester on the Level with Narog and Aris

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  Mark Brooks, spokesperson for the men and women of the Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA), which includes United Water employees in Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania is Westchester On the Level co-hosts Richard Narog’s and Hezi Aris’ guest this Thursday, February 2, from 10 – 10:30 a.m.   The show is heard live, Mondays to Fridays, …

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Yorktown Zoning Board Sued By ABBY LUBY

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Faith Bible Church in Mohegan Lake.     YORKTOWN, NY – – In a David and Goliath scenario, a Mohegan Lake resident has sued the Yorktown Zoning Board of Appeals for being “arbitrary and capricious” in its approval for variances in a church expansion application. Evan Bray served Article 78 papers on Yorktown’s Zoning Board of Appeals last week, claiming that …

eHeziYorktown Zoning Board Sued By ABBY LUBY

Current Commentary: Corzine Gets Into Another Wreck By LARRY M. ELKIN

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Europe’s debt crisis is being blamed for MF Global Holdings Ltd.’s bankruptcy filing yesterday, but the real culprit is hubris – specifically, Jon Corzine’s hubris. Bad things tend to happen in the vicinity of Corzine, a former New Jersey governor who became MF Global’s chief executive in March 2010. He sharply increased the company’s exposure to risk with a big …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Corzine Gets Into Another Wreck By LARRY M. ELKIN

Gronowski Reintroduces‭ ‬“Tuition Tax Credit‭” ‬Legislation

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Yonkers, NY — Yonkers Third District Councilmember Joan Gronowski has reintroduced legislation calling for a “Tuition Tax Credit”, Co-sponsored by Minority Leader, John Murtagh, which would assist low and middle-income families in sending their children to a bona fide school of their choice, and would relieve the state of some of the burden of funding public education by allowing more …

eHeziGronowski Reintroduces‭ ‬“Tuition Tax Credit‭” ‬Legislation

Current Commentary: Burying A Big-Ticket Tunnel BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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Big civil engineering projects, like big military weapons systems, are notoriously hard to kill, even when their costs spiral to levels that eclipse their expected benefits. But you can’t blame a guy for trying, right? The Access to the Region’s Core (ARC) tunnel would have stretched under the Hudson River, carrying rail commuters from New Jersey to midtown Manhattan. It …

eHeziCurrent Commentary: Burying A Big-Ticket Tunnel BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

Ed Koch Movie Reviews: “The Extra Man” BY Edward I. Koch

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Movie Review:  “The Extra Man” (-) September 6, 2010    This picture could have been a real romp and lots of fun.  Instead, I found it pretentious, overrated, and over the top. The story is very simple and inane.  A young man from New Jersey, Louis Ives (Paul Dano), has lost his job at a prep school.  Louis is uncertain about hissexual …

eHeziEd Koch Movie Reviews: “The Extra Man” BY Edward I. Koch

The Lost Art of the Bed & Breakfast Resurfaces in Upstate New York BY Lee Daniels

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At the top of a hill on which a country road meanders upward,‭ ‬flanked by large maple trees and acres of cornfields,‭ ‬sits a large house that is a mixture of castle and farmhouse,‭ ‬whose large,‭ ‬wraparound porch practically begs one to settle into one of its comfortable chairs with a book and a cool drink.    

eHeziThe Lost Art of the Bed & Breakfast Resurfaces in Upstate New York BY Lee Daniels

New York Civic: Wine is Fine, Liquor is Quicker BY Henry J. Stern

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Budget Deadlock – Day 119 Albany Mulls Sale of Wine in Groceries NEW YORK, NY, July 28, 2010 — We often complain about laws or conditions that we believe are wrong or unjustified. Sometimes we ask how these conditions are allowed to continue, when the injustice of the situation is relatively apparent.

eHeziNew York Civic: Wine is Fine, Liquor is Quicker BY Henry J. Stern

The NY State Legislature Tax Policies are Shipping Jobs to Connecticut

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YONKERS, NY, July 23, 2010 — Liam McLaughlin, the Republican candidate for New York State Senate (District 35), called on his opponent, Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins to vote down the tax being placed on hedge funds. Mr McLaughlin, labeling his opponent an “anti-business liberal”, said this is the breaking point that will drive the hedge funds out of the state costing …

eHeziThe NY State Legislature Tax Policies are Shipping Jobs to Connecticut