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Westchester's aging infrastructure needs to be rebuilt and repaired, but local and county governments don't have sufficient funds to pay for it. “There may be legal debt limits, too many jurisdictions, lack of political will, “and in New York State, the Wicks Law...
“What attracts people to spaces are other people,” noted Ethan Kent, Vice President, Project for Public Spaces, and a panelist at “Rethinking Westchester: A Blueprint for Smart Growth,” a game-changing conference on June 21, organized by the WCA's BLUEPRINT for Westchester. “The way we look at streets and public spaces should be as an economic development opportunity...”
According to Christopher Fisher, president of the New York Wireless Association, Westchester is going to have to rev up its wireless capacity to support the needs of businesses and consumers within five years if it hopes to remain competitive.
“Rethinking Westchester: A Blueprint for Smart Growth,” last week’s amazing conference organized by the BLUEPRINT for Westchester, offered so much rich content, that in order to do it justice, our reports will appear in several posts in the coming week. Leading experts on infrastructure, public-private partnerships, economic development and placemaking shared their....