Monthly Archives: August 2011

Opening of the Quiet Man Public House in Peekskill

On Friday August 12, 2011 I helped my good friends at the Quiet Man Public House in Peekskill with their Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting. County Executive Rob Astorino also joined us. Chuck McGreal, and his family were exceptional hosts for … Continue reading

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Westchester-Putnam AFL-CIO Central Labor Body Endorses Testa for Re-election

Westchester-Putnam AFL-CIO Central Labor Body announces their endorsement of John G. Testa, Westchester County Legislator for re-election. The organization cites Testa’s experience and record as Mayor of Peekskill and now as County Legislator. In a statement to Testa informing him … Continue reading

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Testa Triumphs, Opponent’s Independence Party Petitions Ruled Invalid

On Thursday August 4, 2011 State Supreme Court Judge Mary H. Smith granted a motion to invalidate Independence Party petitions submitted by Mike Kane as well as Mary Foster and her entire Peekskill City Council slate. The judge concurred that … Continue reading

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New York League of Conservation Voters Endorses John G. Testa for County Legislature

NEW YORK — The New York League of Conservation Voters, which works to make environmental sustainability a top political and policy priority in New York State, has announced its endorsement of John G. Testa for re-election as Westchester County’s Legislator … Continue reading

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GOP Caucus Statement On Journal News Article Reporting On Supermajority Spending for Cell Phone, Meals & Travel

On Sunday July 31, 2011, the Journal News published an article under the headline,.  The discretionary spending for food, travel and cell phones is a story that the Journal News has published in past years.  The Journal News’ reporting, in … Continue reading

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