By Elizabeth Ganga — September 15, 2014

Westchester officials have to decide if they will use a new report that cites towns with potentially discriminatory zoning to try to save millions of dollars in community development grants that will be lost later this month.

The leadership of the Board of Legislators had asked the court monitor overseeing the 2009 fair housing settlement between the county and the federal government to analyze local zoning to complete a key part of the agreement.

Board chairman Michael Kaplowitz, however, said Wednesday that he doesn’t have the votes on the board to move ahead without the cooperation of County Executive Rob Astorino.

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