High-profile Republicans and Cardinal Timothy Dolan are among those calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo to apologize for “divisive” comments about “extreme conservatives.”
Rob Astorino says he expects to make a decision on whether to run in the next 60 days. He’s considered by Republicans to be one of their best candidates to take on the popular Democratic governor this year.
Commuters are advised to expect some possible delays
With 41-percent of precincts reporting Astorino had 54-percent of the vote, Bramson came up short with 46-percent. Early worries for the Astorino camp faded as numbers began to come in and solidly Democratic precincts gave him an edge.
Westchester County executive candidates Rob Astorino and Noam Bramson got confrontational in their debate Wednesday night.
Stephen Surace, 53, was taken into custody Monday night and faces charges of criminal possession of a weapon, reckless endangerment and unlawfully dealing fireworks.
The garden, outside the Westchester County Building, honors New York survivors, recuers and liberators of the Holocaust.
Under the threat of a federal contempt citation, Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino agreed Wednesday to sign the fair housing bill he vetoed in 2010 if the county Legislature passes it again.
Prosecutors say County Executive Rob Astorino is violating one of the terms of a 2009 settlement of a desegregation lawsuit.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development warned the county last month that it would lose $7.4 million on April 25 unless it complies with a demand stemming from the 2009 settlement of a desegregation lawsuit against the county.
There is a tentative deal in place to keep Rye Playland going for the next ten years, but not everyone is on board.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino said Thursday that the money-losing Playland park in Rye could be taken over on Oct. 1 by Sustainable Playland Inc.
The $12 million, 32,300-square-foot space features two rides, a miniature Lego city, a 4-D theater and a play-zone for kids.
Astorino said the aim is to create stronger bonds between the two sides since they would need to work together in the event of an active shooter situation at a school. But much of the focus was also on balancing efforts in mental health care with school violence prevention efforts.
The Safer Communities initiative will formally kick off on Feb. 27 at a school safety symposium at SUNY Purchase to bring the two sides together.