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BCW Political Leadership Series Features Board of Legislators

Left to right backrow: Brian Bernacchia, Liberty Lines; Dean Bender, Thompson & Bender; County Legislator Catherine Parker (District 7); John Ravitz, Executive VP and COO Business Council of Westchester; County Legislator Francis Corcoran (District 2); County Legislator Benjamin Boykin (District 5); County Legislator David Gelfarb (District 6); County Legislator Mary Jane Shimsky (District 12); Chairman of the County Board of Legislators Michael Kaplowitz (District 4); Left to right front row: Elizabeth Bracken-Thompson, Thompson & Bender; Pam Day, Million Air; Tony Justic, Board Chairman Business Council of Westchester; County Legislator Margaret Cunzio (District 3); County Legislator Virginia Perez (District 17); Vice Chairman of the County Board of Legislators James Maisano (District 11);Majority Leader of the County Board of Legislators Catherine Borgia and Geoff Thompson, Thompson & Bender.

As part of its Political Leadership Series, The Business Council of Westchester hosted the “Annual Meet the Members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators Reception” at the C.V. Rich Mansion in White Plains last night.

BCW Executive Vice President and COO John Ravitz said the evening was a huge success with more than 75 people engaging with members of the County Board of Legislators. Not only was it a social evening, but it provided a unique opportunity for the business community to learn about the County Board’s key priorities for 2017, he said.

Among some of the legislators in attendance last night were Chairman Michael Kaplowitz, Vice Chairman Jim Maisano, Majority Leader Catherine Borgia and Legislators Francis Corcoran, Margaret Cunzio, Benjamin Boykin, David Gelfarb, Catherine Parker, Mary Jane Shimsky and Virginia Perez.

The BCW’s Political Leadership Series has provided members with the opportunity to meet and hear from some of the state’s top political leaders.

See photos of last night’s event.

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