Speculative September BY I.M. Cob

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Rob Astorino, Hugh Fox, and Adam  Bradley Everyone loves gossip even the writers here at the Westchester Herald and the Yonkers Tribune.  So to fulfill that voyeuristic streak that runs through all of us, we had to share this little tidbit.  Readers, please bear in mind that we are still in the process of confirming this tidbit. 

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The Hezitorial: Campaign Effort Permeated with Fraud BY Hezi Aris

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Yonkers Tribune has seen the petitions presented to the Westchester County Board of Elections presented by the Mike Ramondelli campaign in their effort to garner a sufficient number of signatures in his attempt to place his name under a new party line, the Cut My Taxes designation.

eHeziThe Hezitorial: Campaign Effort Permeated with Fraud BY Hezi Aris

Jenkins and Nonna Propose to Abolish Board of Acquisitions and Contracts in Westchester County

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WHITE PLAINS, NY, July 22,2010 — Today, Westchester County Board of Legislators Chairman Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers)- left – and Chair of the Board’s Committee on Legislation John Nonna (D-Mount Pleasant)- right – announced that they have submitted legislation that will abolish the county’s Board of Acquisition and Contracts (A&C).  Established in 1937 by the Westchester County Charter, as a convenience, …

eHeziJenkins and Nonna Propose to Abolish Board of Acquisitions and Contracts in Westchester County

WCBoL Chairman Jenkins Asserts Westchester Medical Center Owes Millions to the County

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WHITE PLAINS, NY, July 20, 2010 — In a statement released today, Westchester County Board Chairman Ken Jenkins responds to reports first divulged on July 15, 2010 in the article entitled,  BREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Westchester Medical Center Begins Staff Layoffs BY I.M. COB, that the Westchester Medical Center will lay off 130 workers due to the cancellation of their current …

eHeziWCBoL Chairman Jenkins Asserts Westchester Medical Center Owes Millions to the County

Board Chairman Jenkins Proposes a Property Tax Cap for Westchester County Residents

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 WHITE PLAINS, NY, July 16, 2010 — Today, Westchester County Board of Legislators Chairman Ken Jenkins announced that he has submitted legislation that will cap local property tax growth. The Chairman's tax cap proposal would impose long-term fiscal discipline and ease the  burden on Westchester homeowners, who pay the highest property taxes in the country. 

eHeziBoard Chairman Jenkins Proposes a Property Tax Cap for Westchester County Residents