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County Executive Rob Astorino should pick up any and all bills related to Westchester’s defiance of fair-housing protections outlined in a 2009 settlement with the federal government, says today’s editorial. Comments on LoHud.com are running on both sides of the issue.
Rob Astorino is doing just what he was elected to do: protect the residents of Westchester County and its individual municipalities against bully fragments of government such as HUD.”
— Karen Gizzo Campanile
These laws are in place across the country, so maybe the county is behind the times in letting people of all races and incomes live where they can.”
— Ernest Brown
How much money collected by the Tappan Zee Bridge over the past 25 years (or since it opened) has been used elsewhere? If they want this cost to be paid by the users of the bridge then the New York State Thruway Authority should have been banking all the excess collections to put toward a new bridge for the future. Reimburse all those collections (plus interest) and then see how much the Tappan Zee Bridge tolls will need to go up to fund the new bridge.”
— Alan Portanova
Talk about the Tappan Zee Bridge project in the forum.
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