COMMON COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY:

COMMON COUNCIL AGENDA SPECIAL MEETING JANUARY 27, 2020 6:30 PM DISCUSSION: Solar Panels for City Facilities.52 North Broadway (Good Counsel) new Zoning Petition.1 Water Street Development.Mt. Hope AME Zion Church Government Use Permit.Capital Project for the Gillie Park Improvements.Schedule of … Continue reading

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January 27: Holocaust Remembrance Day

International Holocaust Remembrance Day January 27 January 27th is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Please consider participating in the following events to commemorate the 75th year of liberation.All events are free and open to the public.Judith Altmann and Dr. Moshe Avital of our Speakers Bureau … Continue reading

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Saturday at 7, John Bailey Interviews Author Professor Richard Cirulli on What They Don’t Tell You About Love and Marriage on “People to Be Heard” on Verizon Fios Ch. 45 Countywide and Cablevision Ch. 76 and anytime on wpcommunitymedia.org

How preconceived attitudes towards sexuality make a harmonious relationship impossible and shatter a successful relationship Richard Cirulli on his second new novel, Demitasse Divorce — an indictment of how romance, love and marriage are conducted today interviewed by WPTV’s John … Continue reading

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County Ups Percentage of County Contracts that will go to Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises to 20% for Construction and Professional Services, 10% for Goods. Target: 30%

 Published: 22 January 2020 At yesterday’s News Conference, The County presented the first ever Lois Bronz Award to the Woman’s Enterprise Development Center (WEDC). WEDC CEO Anne M. Janiak (Center) accepted the award. WEDC empowers entrepreneurs to build successful businesses … Continue reading

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Mayor Roach Delivers Strong Message at 27th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Breakfast. Recalls first hearing “Letter from the Birmingham Jail.”Speaks of what Dr. King’s Message Is In Light of Our “Troubled Times”

County Executive Georg Latimer , center, greeting members of the White Plains Common Council: John Martin, Jason Brasch, Victoria Presser, and Democratic City Chair, Tim Sharpe. David Buchwald, center , candidate for Nita Lowey’s Congressional seat that she is leaving. … Continue reading

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