When Westchester County Executive George Latimer met Thursday with federal housing monitor Steven Robinson, he made it clear that his administration had a different view of affordable housing than his predecessor. Latimer’s comments followed a meeting with Robinson and county Law Department officials regarding Robinson’s long-awaited final report on the case, which has lingered for more than a decade. “Our philosophy is that we need affordable housing, and that there’s a much greater need than the 750 units created under the settlement,” he said. READ THE ARTICLE AT https://www.lohud.com/story/money/personal-finance/taxes/david-mckay-wilson/2019/06/14/latimer-westchester-affordable-housing/1447513001/
TO THOSE WHO HAVE ASKED HOW MANY UNITS CROTON MUST ALLEGEDLY BUILD--freedom of info request responses in the past indicated 100+ or - units as Croton's share to be affirmatively marketed to the region. However, you should address this question to your officials about the current situation.