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  • Quarterly Networking Reception

    • Mar 03, 2016, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Doral Arrowwood
    • 975 Anderson Hill Road
    • Rye Brook, New York 10573
  • Mix & mingle with key members of the business, non-profit, and government communities

    Online registration for this event is now closed.  Walk-ins are welcome.

    A casual gatherings of WCA members and future members from businesses large and small. The reception attracts approximately 100-150 people.

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  • WCA Urges State Committee on Health to Reimburse Providers After Collapse of Health Republic


  • WCA pushes for legislative action in 2016 to prevent the collapse of additional insurers

    The failure of Health Republic Insurance of New York has resulted in devastating financial losses for hospitals, physician groups and other healthcare providers in Westchester County and across New York State. The Westchester County Association has urged lawmakers to create legislation in the 2016 Legislative Session that would prevent the collapse of another insurer and has called for the creation of a fund that would cover the debt owed to healthcare providers for services rendered under the Health Republic insurance plan. 

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  • Westchester’s Economic Outlook Bright for 2016

  • JAN 08, 2016 | 0 COMMENTS

  • Collaboration and Planning Are Key for Growth, Observers Say

    The future looks bright for Westchester County in 2016, but there’s work to be done to spur further economic growth, said panelists at the Westchester County Association’s Economic Forecast Breakfast on January 7, which attracted over 300 business leaders who gained a deeper understanding of global, national, and local trends driving the economy in the year ahead.

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  • New BioScience & Technology Center to Rise in Westchester County


  • County Executive Rob Astorino’s Announcement Reflects WCA Economic Development Agenda

    Westchester County may soon be home to a new $1.2 billion biotech research, medical, and office development with retail space, a 100-room hotel, and eventually, a children’s living center, according to County Executive Robert Astorino, who unveiled the plans at the WCA’s Economic Forecast Breakfast on January 7. The Westchester BioScience & Technology Center would be developed on 80 acres in Valhalla, with private sector developer Fareri Associates. 

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