WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- During a recent "Celebrate Westchester" reception hosted by Daily Voice, public officials were asked what they think makes this county great.
Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner cited the county's diversity, top-notch universities, scenery and fun things to do among reasons he has enjoyed living here all of his life.
Feiner boasted that Hastings-on-Hudson has more Nobel Prize recipients than any other place in the world "so it's also intellectual."
The village has been home to at least six Nobel laureates including two graduates of Hastings High School.
In addition to Feiner, more than 125 elected officials, hospital executives and other business leaders attended the March reception by Daily Voice at The Briarcliff Manor.
The reception marked the digital media company's sixth year in operation in Westchester County. It has since expanded to seven counties in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.
Return to Daily Voice for more video interviews about "What Makes Westchester Great."