Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman:
1.) There are more than 900 solar powered projects happening in New York homes and businesses in 2016. As of January, Bedford, Mt. Kisco, Cortland, Croton, Mamaroneck, Larchmont, Ossining and Briarcliff were among the Mid-Hudson communities that create more than 305 projects or 2,338 kW of solar energy.
Read more about New York’s initiative by clicking below:
Patch.com’s got the details on how you can earn incentives to incorporate solar power into your home or business, as a part of the Solarize Westchester campaign.
2.) What does it mean to be a Westchester woman? ArtsWestchester will explore what it means to be a women in 2016 in their spring exhibitions called “SHE: Deconstructing Female Identity.” The exhibit opens at ArtsWestchester in White Plains in March for Women’s History Month and will show through June.
Get the details below:
3.) Today’s headlines:
- (LoHud) NY Hopes to Roll Out New Common Core Standards in 2017
- (White Plains Daily Voice) Cuomo Promotes Paid Family Leave In Hudson Valley Speech
- (LoHud) Pay Raise For Cuomo, Lawmakers? Panel Starts Its Work
- (News 12 Westchester) Community says farewell to Westchester LGBT activist
- (LoHud) Westchester May Commit $58M in Amended Playland Deal
- (Westchester Magazine) Update: The Zika Virus Comes To Westchester