Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins delivered the keynote address at the Greyston Foundation’s Workforce Development Program (WD 2.0) Graduation ceremony, held in the Yonkers Public Library Riverfront Branch. Immediately preceding the ceremony, employers from throughout Westchester County met with graduates to assess employment possibilities.
Senator Stewart-Cousins is co-hosting a Foreclosure Prevention Event in partnership with the Department of Financial Services and State Senator Suzi Oppenheimer. If you or someone you know is having trouble with mortgage payments, this event will offer free consultations with foreclosure prevention experts from the Department of Financial Service's Foreclosure Relief Unit. These experts have been traveling the State informing homeowners of their options to prevent foreclosure.
The event is happening on August 3rd, from 11AM - 7PM outside of 110 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd White Plains, NY.
Event Co-Hosted by Senator Stewart-Cousins, Housing Action Council, Community Housing Innovations and Attorney General Schneiderman's Office Offers Information about Budgeting, Credit Issues and Mortgage Modifications
Yonkers, NY - Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D/I/WF – 35th District) co-hosted a “Financial Fitness Workshop," Tuesday at the Riverfront Library, to help individuals and homeowners learn how to take control of their finances. The Senator co-hosted the event with Housing Action Council, Community Housing Innovations and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s Office.
Yonkers, NY - Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D/I/WF - 35th District) will co-host a "Financial Fitness Workshop" with the Housing Action Council, Community Housing Innovations and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's Office this evening at the Yonkers Riverfront Library. The event will offer information about personal budgeting, credit issues, mortgage modification and refinancing options. All presentations and materials will be available in Spanish.
Who: Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Housing Action Council, Community Housing Innovations, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's Office
Senator Stewart-Cousins at the Westchester Residential Opportunities 45th Anniversary Benefit on Thursday, November 14th at the Ritz-Carlton Westchester. The Senator spoke about the importance of non-profit organizations like WRO and her own upbringing in public housing. Also at the event were (photo above, left-right) Honoree John Becker, former New York Giants' runningback Tiki Barber, Honoree John Nonna, Honoree Geoffrey Anderson, and News Channel 12 Westchester Anchor Michelle Brown.
Democratic Conference Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins spoke at the Neighborhood Preservation Coalition "Affordable Housing" Rally on Monday, March 10th in Albany. Growing up in public housing, Leader Stewart-Cousins knows first-hand the struggles of finding a modestly-priced place to call home, and continues to fight to reduce homelessness in New York. At the rally, she discussed the importance of affordable housing for famillies, how organizations and individuals need to continue to bring issues of affordable housing to light, and how "we need to start thinking creatively about how we house our New York families".
Senator Stewart-Cousins took the time from her busy Saturday schedule to stop by the Westchester Home Show on March 15th in White Plains, NY. Pictured with her are presenters of NYLCVEF “Building Blocks for an Energy Efficient Home" discusson forum.
Senator Stewart-Cousins met with local constituents interested in finding out more information about affordable housing at the Housing Action Council Fair and Affordable Housing Expo on Saturday, March 15th in White Plains, NY. At the event, Senator took the opportunity to discuss and answer questions about affordable housing as it relates to the 2014-15 Executive Budget.
Senate Stewart-Cousins joined State Housing Commissioner Darryl Towns, Mayor Mike Spano, and others at the Grant Park Apartments Phase II Ground Breaking Ceremony on Tuesday, June 24th on the site of the former Mulford Gardens located in Yonkers. Grant Park II is the fourth phase of the redevelopment of the public housing complex, and consists of two four-story buildings that contain a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments, totaling in 56 new units. They are being made available to individuals and households earning at or below 60 percent of the area median income.
Democratic Conference Leader and State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins helped break ground today on phase II of Heritage Homes in New Rochelle. These new buildings will replace the aging and outdated Hartley Houses. Phase II has 56 units. Funding assistance comes from the state's Department of Homes and Community Renewal for this unique public/private partnership between the New Rochelle Municipal Housing Authority and MacQuesten Development.