Last month, Westchester Magazine published a look back on its first decade of covering our county. The article includes some interesting observations about demographic, lifestyle and physical changes.

New Rochelle’s skyline is mentioned as a notable addition, but the article also notes that the trend toward urbanized downtowns has been paired with a fresh commitment to reclaiming our waterfront and preserving open spaces and parks.

I make a guest appearance in the article as a commentator on political shifts, offering some thoughts about why Democrats have gained a healthy enrollment edge in Westchester, but noting that this edge does not necessarily matter for specific local campaigns.