Maintenance, Cleaning Workers and Others Get New Help When Buildings or Contracts Change Hands

 
(Legislators, workers and labor leaders gather to support changes to the County’s Displaced Service Employees Protection Law)

White Plains, NY — On Monday night, the Westchester County Board of Legislators voted on a bi-partisan basis, 16-1, to strengthen a law protecting building service workers like cleaning staff and maintenance personal, who face displacement when building ownership or service contracts change hands.

Back Push for State to Allow Consolidated Billing

White Plains, NY — The Westchester County Board of Legislators is urging the state to make it easier for communities to provide residents with local solar energy options and to ensure that New York will be a leader in new, green energy jobs.

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On Saturday, August 31, County Executive George Latimer, the family of Christopher A. Ridley, Legislator Lyndon Williams and other officials and friends unveiled the Detective Christopher A. Ridley memorial.

White Plains, NY — In proclaiming September 15 through October 15 as Hispanic-American Heritage Month in Westchester County, the Board of Legislators will celebrate the outstanding contributions of individuals within the community at our Monday, September 16, 2019 Board Meeting at 6:30 p.m.

New Efforts Will Help County Facilitate Access to Veterans Benefits, Aid

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(County Executive George Latimer and Legislator Kitley Covill join veterans at Community Outreach Program kickoff event)

White Plains, NY — On Wednesday, Legislator Kitley Covill (D - Bedford, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Pound Ridge, Somers), County Executive George Latimer and the County Veterans Service Agency welcomed veterans and family members to Westchester’s first Community Outreach Day, held at the Mount Kisco American Legion.