County MapRegular readers of my web posts know that, since 2013, I have refrained from commenting too much on the performance of the Astorino administration.  No matter how legitimate, criticism from the losing candidate almost always comes across like sour grapes, and it’s better for me to focus on my responsibilities in New Rochelle than to heckle from the sidelines of County government.

But it’s hard not to share this New York Times editorial from a couple of days ago.

While I don’t agree with all of the specifics in the Times’ piece, its general thrust is right on target.  After six years, the County still has no apparent endgame for resolving the housing dispute.