Cutting through the red tape: New bills sponsored by Senator Terrence Murphy will accelerate regulatory process

Albany, NY – In a year of record-breaking firsts on the baseball diamond and in the political ring, perhaps the most accomplished feat comes from Senator Terrence Murphy, who has chaptered the most regulatory reform bills in the last twenty years. As the Chairman of the Administrative Regulations Review Commission (ARRC), Senator Murphy understands that […]

Yorktown cuts ribbon on new dynamic gym

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Dynamic Pulse Fitness held its grand opening Saturday in Yorktown’s Parkside Corner – just in time to help many local residents keep their New Year’s resolutions. The gym at 3565 Crompond Road was opened in the fall by professional bodybuilder and Mahopac resident Jeanette Fischetto. She was joined at the ribbon cutting […]

Murphy joins state effort to spur economic development & job creation

Yorktown, N.Y. – (2/16/12) –Surrounded by local elected officials and small businesses owners, Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) hosted a round table focused on local job creation. Senator Ball tapped the talents of economic development expert Mayor Delfino for the event, the former Mayor of White Plains who oversaw an impressive economic renaissance. […]

Navajo Fields opens with ribbon cutting

Yorktown’s newest ballfield is now officially open after town officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday and the first full game was played when Yorktown Athletic Club teams Pirates and Nationals squared off. The Navajo Fields sports complex is nestled on a 50-acre parcel between Routes 6 and 6N, just south of the Putnam County […]

Murphy, Team New Castle, launch grocery store challenge: Chappaqua

Ever since D’Agostino closed its doors in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, Chappaqua has been without a local grocery store. While its imminent closure was rumored for months, little action was taken by County and New Castle officials, to the chagrin of hundreds of “Save our Grocery Store” petition signers in the hamlet. Today, Dr. […]

Murphy breaks ground on $150 mil projects; touts plan for Wetschester

YORKTOWN, NY – Across the street from the future site of Lowe’s of Yorktown, Dr. Terrence Murphy (R, C, I – Yorktown) today highlighted today than $150 million worth of economic development projects which have been approved in Yorktown during his two years on the town board. The projects, ranging from Costco and Lowe’s, to […]

GOP challengers urge prompt action to create 450 needed private sector jobs

WHITE PLAINS, NY – September 27, 2011 Today several Republican Westchester County Legislator challengers joined together to urge the super majority to release from the captivity of a Legislative Sub Committee of one, 45 major public works projects that would create 454 jobs. “At a time of record unemployment the leadership of the County Board […]

Murphy wants New Castle open for business

Is New Castle really “open for business?” Not so, says County Legislator candidate Terrence Murphy, and the small business owners of Team New Castle, who today echoed the sentiments of Chief Executive Magazine, which ranked New York as the 50th ‘Worst State for Business’ in 2010 based on taxation, regulation, quality of workforce and living […]

Murphy delivers for Yorktown athletics

Assemblyman Steve Katz (R,I-Yorktown) joined Yorktown Councilman Terrence Murphy on a tour of the new Navajo Fields in Yorktown, part of a new state-of-the-art athletic facility that both legislators helped to deliver for the town. “This new sports complex will help bring world-class talent to our area and inspire our young people that with hard […]

Murphy applauds Town Board’s resolution

Board Pledges Support of Business Revitalization Plan At Tuesday’s town board meeting the Yorktown Town Board passed a resolution pledging its support to the town’s business community. Yorktown Councilman Dr. Terrence Murphy, who openly campaigned on a pro-business platform, supported the measure as an added step in the right direction toward lowering the tax burden […]