Editor's Note: This story was for Monday and only about a Monday night event. It is in Tuesday's newsletter, however.
The Team New Castle ticket announced that it will be having its newest community discussion tonight, which will be its last of several in its series.
The topic is about unfunded mandates, such as pensions, healthcare and the Triborough Amendment; the later is a state law the keeps in place terms of expired union contracts until new deals come into force.
Among the guests will be Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, a Mount Pleasant Republican who is running for re-election against New Rochelle Democratic mayor Noam Bramson.
Former Chappaqua school board member Gregg Bresner will also be a guest. Bresner, according to the ticket's announcement, will do a presentation about the relationship between the mandates to the town's financial condition, along with making the case for having the town board work more closely with the school board.
The talk is tonight at 7 p.m. at Horace Greeley High School's academic commons.