Angry WC business leaders launch website

A group of White Plains business owners launched a new website today designed as an outlet where taxpayers could voice their outrage at state government.

Peter Herrero Jr., the owner of Sam's of Gedney Way restaurant, blames shrinking business on Albany. "We're doing more with less, and their doing less with more," he says.

Local dignitaries and Kenneth Adams, the head of the Business Council of New York, gathered at Herrero's restaurant today to announce the launch of enoughalreadyny.org.

"We believe the only way to affect changes is to have new people write letters," Adams says.

The website asks visitors to share their personal stories about how the delayed state budget and runaway spending have impacted their lives.

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