“While the end of 2020 is something that has seemingly been longed for since the year began, today actually marks the last day of what has been a challenging year for Westchester residents. We’ve begun the process of looking in the mirror and facing the facts about racial injustice in our Country, we’ve battled a virus and economic uncertainty - and we’ve sadly buried scores of our neighbors. Through all of this, we as Westchester residents have been resilient. These lessons learned can only make for a better 2021 – a year where we can all grow together to become a better County for every one of our residents. I wish a Happy & Healthy New Year to all of our Westchester neighbors.”