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Katzenberg's Closes Again and More Business News

katzenbergKatzenberg's in the Golden Horseshoe Shopping Center in Scarsdale is closed again. A Scarsdale10583 reader reports that the salad bar closed overnight and failed to inform their employees who waited outside the following morning. The employees came to work one morning ready to work but found the store shut. This is the third time that Katzenberg's closed suddenly. Though there was initially a sign that said "Closed for Renovation" on the door it did not appear that renovations were in process and the sign on the door is now gone.

Mrs. Greens on Central Avenue:

Mrs. Green's Natural Market recently opened its fifteenth location in at 381 North Central Avenue in Hartsdale in the space formerly occupied by Turcos. The store offers organic produce, all-natural meats and dairy, artisanal baked goods, supplements, and household, pet and baby products.

An organic salad bar, wholesome to-go meals and beverage bar serving Fair Trade coffee and organic juices will make this new Mrs. Green's Natural Market a popular spot for health conscious customers.

Mrs. Green's was founded in 1991 with the mission to provide organic and natural products.

Advocate Brokerage Wins Award:

Advocate Brokerage, a Scarsdale-based independent insurance agency that specializes in meeting the risk management needs of high net worth individuals and
families, has earned the "Paragon" designation from Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exchange (PURE).

This year, Advocate Brokerage was the only agency in Westchester County to earn the Paragon designation, earned by less than 8% of PURE brokers nationwide. These brokers execute PURE's commitment to creating an exceptional service experience and have contributed to the growth and underwriting quality of the PURE membership.

Commenting on the news, Denise Koslowsky of Advocate said, ""I am pleased that the service delivered by our team, coupled with our specialization of the high net worth niche, have yielded the results that warrant this special designation. Advocate Brokerage is proud to be Paragon and thrilled to provide the best service with the best companies for our clients every day".

White Plains Hospital Names New Board Members:

White Plains Hospital has named four new members to its Board of Directors, three who are from Scarsdale: John M. Jureller, Steven Silver and Robert Tucker, all of Scarsdale; and Jonathan Spitalny of White Plains were formally approved as members of the Board of Directors.

John Jureller is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Frontier Communications Corporation, a Stamford, CT-based telecommunications company. Mr. Jureller has extensive global financial and operational experience, having held prior roles in corporate development, corporate finance, turnaround management and banking, in addition to various chief financial officer roles. He is a graduate of Cornell University where he received his B.S. degree and an MBA in Finance. Mr. Jureller has been a member of the hospital's finance committee since 2011.

Steven Silver is Senior Managing Director of Centerbridge Partners, a private investment firm based in New York focusing on private equity and credit investments. He received a B.A. from Yale College and an M.B.A. with high distinction from Harvard Business School in 1995, where he was a George F. Baker Scholar. Mr. Silver serves on the Boards of Directors of American Renal Holdings, Inc., Culligan Newco Ltd., Reddy Ice Holdings, Inc. and Remedi Senior Care Holding Corporation.

Jonathan Spitalny is an Executive Director and Private Wealth Advisor at Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management in New York, specializing in the portfolios of high net worth individuals, families, foundations, and institutions. He earned a B.A. in Economics from Rollins College and is a former competitive golfer, having competed at the college and national levels. In 2008 Mr. Spitalny was instrumental in founding the annual Ahmad Rashad Golf Classic to benefit White Plains Hospital, held every June at the Quaker Ridge Golf Club in Scarsdale.

Robert Tucker is the Chairman and C.E.O. of T & M Protection Resources, an international multidimensional protection and investigations company for high net worth corporations and individuals based in New York. Mr. Tucker is a graduate of George Washington University and the Pace University School of Law. In 2013, Governor Andrew Cuomo appointed Mr. Tucker to serve as Chairman of the New York State Security Guard Advisory Council. Mr. Tucker is also a Director of the FDNY Foundation, Member of the Board of Directors and Past President of ALDONYS (Associated Licensed Detectives of New York State), a member of the Board of Directors of the Citizens Crime Commission of New York City, Vice President of the Richard Tucker Music Foundation, and a member of the Pace University School of Law Board of Visitors.

In addition, the hospital announced a new healthcare partnership with Montefiore Health System, an academic medical center and the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The Board of Directors of White Plains Hospital approved the partnership with Montefiore at its February 5th Board meeting. This new affiliation enhances the missions of both hospitals as they continue to provide advanced, quality healthcare to their communities and an expanding service area of nearly 3 million people.

"Our Board of Directors established the qualities it sought in selecting a partner for the future, and Montefiore meets all of these criteria," said Jon Schandler, CEO, White Plains Hospital. "Our hospital provides an exceptional level of care through a close working relationship between our physicians, nurses and staff. With Montefiore as our partner, we will be able to build upon and continue this remarkable culture and together deliver advanced health care to the entire community."

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+5 #1 Bad Management 2014-02-14 02:32
I can tell you why Katzenberg's closed. Bad management. I've been in there when it has been packed with lines, and one of the manager/owners (tall guy, gray hair, earring) is sitting in one of the customer seats, eating, using his iPad. Didn't bother to give it up for a customer. Didn't get behind the salad bar and take an order. If your management isn't into it, it will never last in Scarsdale. Just another has been. I feel bad for the employees. They deserved better.
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