Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas sought to heighten his city’s profile last week at the State of the State address. He did so by leading an entourage of council members and staffers to Albany for Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s speech and to meet with state officials. He also used four vehicles to shuttle the nine people north, and each vehicle was driven by a city police officer.
The Mount Vernon Industrial Development Agency has hired two top officials from the administration of former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino. Eileen Mildenberger was named the agency's new executive director and Ned McCormack will be the communications director, a newly established position. Both were senior advisers to Astorino, McCormack as his communications director and Mildenberger as the director of the county's Office of Economic Development.
Monday's court date for Jeanine Pirro to answer a 119 miles-per-hour speeding ticket came and went in the Town of Nichols. But while the court has never gotten her plea, the Fox News host and former Westchester District Attorney has been dealing with the Tioga County District Attorney's Office over how the ticket will be resolved.
Another ex Astorino official joining the Mount Vernon Industrial Development Agency is Eileen Mildenberger as executive director She was a senior adviser to Astorino and headed the county's office of economic development @CMVNY@lohud
Another ex Astorino official joining the Mount Vernon Industrial Development Agency is Eileen Mildenberger as executive director She was a senior adviser to Astorino and headed the county's office of economic development @cmvny
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