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Westchester Completes Agreement with White Plains to Improve Emergency Services

Westchester Completes Agreement with White Plains to Improve Emergency Services

(WHITE PLAINS, NY) During last night’s Board of Legislators meeting, an inter-municipal agreement (IMA) between Westchester County and the City of White Plains was approved to provide the City with a 2002 Equipment Response Vehicle (ERV) for use when responding to calls within New York State Counter Terrorism Zone 3.  White Plains will pay the County $1 every year for the next 4 years for the enhancement to their public... Read more

Released:07-19-2016 | See More _Newsroom

BOL Chair, Minority Leader React to Hiring of Police Officers

BOL Chair, Minority Leader React to Hiring of Police Officers

The bipartisan coalition of Legislators who passed the 2016 County Budget announced on Wednesday that the 3 County Police Officer positions that they had restored to the Department of Public Safety have been filled.  The new hires are law enforcement professionals currently working in local municipalities.   Following a short training period, the Officers will be assigned and on patrol this summer. Read more

Released:07-14-2016 | See More _Newsroom

Board of Legislators Unanimously Passes Measure to Increase Access to Voter Registration Forms

Board of Legislators Unanimously Passes Measure to Increase Access to Voter Registration Forms

(WHITE PLAINS, NY) On Monday, June 20, 2016 the Board of Legislators unanimously approved a measure authored and introduced by Legislator Ben Boykin (D-White Plains) which requires County buildings to display and distribute voter registration forms, colloquially known as the “Boykin Bill.” Read more

Released:06-22-2016 | See More _Newsroom

Legislator Francis Corcoran Announces Funding for New Salt Storage Facility in Bedford

Legislator Francis Corcoran Announces Funding for New Salt Storage Facility in Bedford

  Legislator Francis Corcoran, (R) Bedford, announced that the Board of Legislators has authorized the transfer of $175,000 from the East of Hudson Water Quality Investment Program (WQIP) Fund to support the construction of a salt shed facility on Adams St. in Bedford Hills.  The shed is intended to contain the Town’s road salt reserves which will prevent the salt from leeching into the Reservoir. The funds will be provided to... Read more

Released:06-21-2016 | See More _Newsroom

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