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State Seeks To Reassure Drivers After Falling Rocks Threaten Westchester WomanTons of rock rained down on a highway and a Westchester woman narrowly escaped serious injury.
What Makes A Farm? Debate In Cortlandt Over Whether Property Can Be Classified As A FarmIn a unanimous vote, the Cortlandt town board passed a resolution asking the Westchester County board not to allow a six-acre piece of property on Croton Avenue to be classified as a farm.
Bills Approved In Westchester To Help Protect NYC WaterThe Westchester County Board of Legislators have approved five separate bills that will each extend an inter-municipal agreement between the county and one of the towns that are part of the agreement to protect New York City water.
Official: Consequences Would Remain Even If Indian Point Nuclear Plant ClosedThe Vice President of Entergy Corporation, which owns and operates Indian Point, says spent radioactive fuel would remain for 60 years after a potential shut down of the plant.
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