Westchester affordable housing dispute puts improvement projects in doubt

County Board Chair Mike Kaplowitz has offered to

County Board Chair Mike Kaplowitz has offered to have the board intervene in the dispute. (Credit: News 12 )

The ongoing dispute between Westchester County and the Department of Housing and Urban Development over affordable homes is putting improvement projects in doubt.

If County Executive Rob Astorino does not agree to HUD's demands by next week, $200,000 in federal aid for improvement in downtown Peekskill will be lost.

Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina says he's not taking sides in the controversy,...

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