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The gloves were off at the WCA’s annual Breakfast with the County Executive when Westchester County Executive Rob Astorio took on what he described as the “fake news coming out of Albany.” But all was not contentious; the Smart Growth panel that followed Astorino’s State-of-the-County address, projected an optimistic picture of growth for Westchester in 2017. Here are the highlights:
In case you missed it, or you just want to remember it, now you can view some of the thought-provoking presentations by national experts in innovation, transportation, economic development, and public-private partnerships, at the WCA's sold-out conference "Westchester: County of Tomorrow," held on April 29....
Mt. Vernon city officials have revealed an extensive zoning plan for a dilapidated area around the Mt. Vernon West Metro-North station that would bring a mix of uses, including housing and retail, and more ratables for the city’s coffers. We couldn’t be more excited. Here’s why:
As the healthcare, biotech, and financial industries continue to expand in Westchester, the county’s cities have seen a sharp increase in population since 2000, according to data presented by Sterling National Bank at the WCA’s 2016 Economic Outlook Breakfast in early January. The overall growth of the county’s urban sectors is up 7%, with New Rochelle and White Plains showing the fastest growth of all. In White Plains, 47% of its working population arrives via reverse commute. Even millennials are starting to put Westchester in play.
Governor Andrew Cuomo gave his 2014 budget presentation and discussed his plans for economic development at a special event hosted by the Westchester County Association this morning at the Westchester Marriott...