Community Choice Aggregation Presentation

Community Choice Aggregation Presentation

  Rye Sustainability Chair Melissa Grieco

Rye Sustainability Chair Melissa Grieco

A large group turned up at the Rye Free Reading Room on Monday evening when representatives from Sustainable Westchester - a non-profit consortium of municipalities that addresses critical sustainability concerns within Westchester County - presented their overview of Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) and what it means for Westchester County.

Twenty* Westchester County municipalities - nearly half of Westchester's towns, villages and cities - are currently participating in Sustainable Westchester's CCA program, Westchester Power.

For those who were unable to attend, Rye TV filmed the presentation and Sustainable Westchester provided digital copies of their presentation and handouts, which can be found below.

To learn more about CCA, please contact Sustainable Westchester's CCA administrator, Westchester Power: 914-242-4725.

*Participating Municipalities (as of March, 2018):

  • City of New Rochelle
  • City of White Plains
  • Town of Bedford
  • Town of Greenburgh
  • Town of Lewisboro
  • Town of Mamaroneck
  • Town of New Castle
  • Town of North Salem
  • Town of Ossining
  • Town of Somers
  • Village of Hastings-on-Hudson
  • Village of Irvington
  • Village of Larchmont
  • Village of Mamaroneck
  • Village of Mount Kisco
  • Village of Ossining
  • Village of Pelham
  • Village of Pleasantville
  • Village of Rye Brook
  • Village of Tarrytown
 
  Jenna Amundsen, Westchester Power

Jenna Amundsen, Westchester Power