Gov. Cuomo Signs Law Developed by Greenburgh Requiring Large Supermarkets Nationwide to Make Exceess Edible Food Available to Feed the Needy
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — January 2, 2020 —  One in seven New Yorkers do not have enough food.   Yet supermarkets throw out good edible food daily . . . and send it to landfills for disposal.    Based on a law developed in Greenburgh, Governor Cuomo has signed a law providing that large supermarkets statewide are required to make excess edible food available …

eHeziGov. Cuomo Signs Law Developed by Greenburgh Requiring Large Supermarkets Nationwide to Make Exceess Edible Food Available to Feed the Needy
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

Westchester Legislators to Protest Cut Bus Route in Government Operations Committee Meeting

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — The Westchester County Board of Legislators (WCBoL) plans to protest the application of Liberty Lines Transit, Inc., for service modifications of the Route 13 bus line in a special resolution, which will be discussed and voted on tomorrow morning at the meeting of the WCBoL’s Government Operations Committee. The protest and resolution come in the aftermath …

eHeziWestchester Legislators to Protest Cut Bus Route in Government Operations Committee Meeting

Westchester Legislators Sworn-in and Begin New Two-Year Session

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The 2012-2013 Westchester County Board of Legislators: Front row: John Testa, Alfreda Williams, Bernice Spreckman, Sheila Marcotte, Judy Myers, Virginia Perez, Bill Ryan, Catherine Borgia and Michael Kaplowitz. Back row: Michael Smith, Gordon Burrows, Jim Maisano, Ken Jenkins, Peter Harckham, MaryJane Shimsky, Lyndon Williams and David Gelfarb. Photo by Tom Staudter and courtesy of the Westchester County Board of Legislators. Jenkins and Williams Re-Elected to …

eHeziWestchester Legislators Sworn-in and Begin New Two-Year Session

Westchester Legislators Deliver Zero Percent Tax Increase and Protect Jobs in 2012 Budget

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WCBoL Chairman Ken Jenkins WHITE PLAINS, NY — The Democratic majority of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (WCBoL) presented its 2012 County Budget yesterday, delivering a promised 0% increase in the County Tax Levy and restoring 187 jobs to the County workforce that had been cut in the County Executive’s proposed budget.      After a day and night of negotiations …

eHeziWestchester Legislators Deliver Zero Percent Tax Increase and Protect Jobs in 2012 Budget

Breaking News: County Executive Astorino Spends $93 Million by Circumventing County Charter and Legislative Approval By HEZI ARIS

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A link to this concern was recorded on BlogTalk Radio's Westchester On the Level show with co-hosts Richard Narog and Hezi Aris and our guest Westchester County Board Legislator Chairman Kenneth Jenkins on Tuesday, November 29, 2011. Listen to the show by clicking onto the hyperlink above. WHITE PLAINS, NY — Democratic members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (WCBoL) were …

eHeziBreaking News: County Executive Astorino Spends $93 Million by Circumventing County Charter and Legislative Approval By HEZI ARIS

Yonkers Mayoral-elect Mike Spano on Westchester On the Level

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YONKERS, NY — Alast minute change will have Hezi Aris discuss the public relations assault speculating the prospect of an upset in the vet-proof hold held by Democrats in the Westchester County Board of Legislators possibly in jeopardy before the vote has been counted or officially concluded and validated. In the midst of that discussion, Yonkers Mayoral-elect Mike Spano will …

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WCBoL Vice-Chairman Williams Proposes Long-Term Policies to Reduce Joblessness

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White Plains, NY, August 25, 2010 — The July 2010 unemployment rate of 7 percent in Westchester County has fallen from its peak in February  2010 to 7.8 percent. However, the unemployment rate in some communities in the County is much higher. According to statistics from the New York State Department of Labor, the July 2010 unemployment figures for Mount …

eHeziWCBoL Vice-Chairman Williams Proposes Long-Term Policies to Reduce Joblessness