Business & Finance

November 30, 2018

It was not too long ago that we were told we would be living and working in a paperless society.  I envisioned my desk not having a shred of paper on it. As I look around my office today, I think it is safe to say that the predictions of a “paperless society” were as accurate as those of the Y2K ...

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On a regular basis, clients express their fear that if they ever go into a nursing home and/or need long-term care, the Medicaid program will take their home and life savings.  While it is prudent to be concerned as to what will occur if you or a family member needs long-term care, Medicaid does ...

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BREWSTER, N.Y. - Advanced Copier Technology Inc., (ACT) is turning 35 years old this summer, and it’s no accident that the business has lasted nearly four decades. ACT’s president and founder, Sal Altavilla, says the reason for their success is the personal touch they bring to their commercial ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Developers of a dilapidated gas station on Fields Lane presented an amended site plan at the Planning Board meeting Feb. 21, restarting a process that town officials thought had wrapped up last year. Last March, the Planning Board approved a site plan for the vacant gas station ...

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RIDGEFIELD, CT.-Visitors at the School of Rock open house event last month were greeted by a mohawked prop skeleton and the dulled sensation of a bass rift hammering through the chest. Featuring walls lined with professional band posters and mood lighting, the atmosphere of School of Rock upon ...

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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce and Salem Golf Club hosted a joint event on Thursday, Feb. 8, called “Forecast Your Future: What to Expect for Your Business in 2018” at the golf club in North Salem. Attendees networked and listened to a panel discussion on the 2018 economy, tax ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-Dozens of residents in Somers have seen their electricity bills from New York State Electric and Gas increase dramatically in the last month, angering customers who’ve been dealing with frequent outages and what town leaders say is poor customer service by the utility. “NYSEG chose ...

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SOMERS, N.Y.-In an effort to fill the 540,000 square feet left vacant in Somers by PepsiCo in 2016, Sebastian Capital CEO Roxana Girand is marketing the town of Somers and surrounding Westchester County as much as the building itself. One of the first things she did to spotlight the community is ...

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