If you live in Westchester, you’re likely as familiar with the name Spano as you are with Rye Playland or the Hutch at rush hour. And, if you’re like many in the county, particularly if you keep up with local and state politics, the surname conjures a number of images—some positive, some negative, some disappointing. In fact, it may seem as if you can’t walk a block in Yonkers without running into a Spano. And, while that may be an exaggeration, it’s not all that far from the truth. The Spano family is large—in many ways, larger than life—both in number and in influence, particularly in Yonkers.
Read the full article here Westchester Magazine February 2016 Rise Fall Rise Nick Spano