Jobs push tops Westchester leaders' agenda

Politicians and business leaders who met in Rye today say they have one priority: getting people back to work.

"Our most important priority is to get the economy moving to create jobs and the federal government working together with our local officials can create those jobs by providing incentives to hire," says Rep. Nita Lowey (D-18th District).

According to the Westchester Business Association, there is six million square feet of empty prime business real estate in the area, a sign of the county's sputtering economy.

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