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Greenburgh Offers Livestream Video of Voting Lines

For those hoping to avoid long lines on early voting days, there will be a live stream video camera installed at the entrance of Greenburgh Town Hall, 177 Hillside Ave. Click on the town website  (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppwO2oNpxUI) to see how many pe... More »

Surprise: Greenburgh Homeowners Are Paying Their Property Taxes

By Robert Kimmel– Despite the negative economic effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, property owners in the Town of Greenburgh appear to be paying their required school taxes. “COVID-19 has not had a negative impact on ability to pay,” Town Supervisor Paul Fei... More »

Bring On the Towels!

One of Greenburgh’s traditions marking the end of summer is to open the Town’s public pool at A F Veterans Park in Hartsdale to the dogs. Humans out; dogs in. Only this year, because of COVID restrictions, people (not dogs) had to wear masks, and the hounds we... More »

Greenburgh Will Host 9/11 Remembrance Throughout the Weekend

On Friday September 11th and during the 9/11 weekend (September 12 and 13), the town will air (on Optimum channel 76 and Verizon channel 35) 21 Living history stories of Greenburgh residents whose lives were impacted by the tragic happenings on 9/11. During th... More »

Changes in NYS STAR program Likely to Cause Angst

By Barrett Seaman– When property tax bills go up in Westchester, people notice. They have—and they have. School tax bills mailed out by Greenburgh in recent weeks show an increase that varies according to district but isn’t due solely to higher property assess... More »

Greenburgh Hosts an All-Zoom Summer Internship Program

By Barrett Seaman– For 12 years now, dozens of high school students from throughout the Town of Greenburgh have taken advantage each year of an offer to intern for the town government, creating public service announcements and learning about local issues and l... More »

KILLER HORNETS: THE NEXT NIGHTMARE?

While the nation’s attention is naturally focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, at least one local official is looking ahead toward the next potential public health catastrophe, abiding by the old Boy Scout motto: “Be Prepared.” Or perhaps better said: Bee Prepare... More »

Without Federal Aid, Greenburgh Forecasts Budget Shortfalls

By Robert Kimmel The Town of Greenburgh will be short seven million dollars because of the impact of the coronavirus, unless the federal government offers fresh financial help to local governments. That loss estimate comes from Town Comptroller Roberta Romano.... More »

Feiner wins 14th term as Greenburgh Town Supervisor

By Barrett Seaman By a two-to-one margin, incumbent Paul Feiner beat out challenger Lucas Cioffi Tuesday and held on to his seat as Greenburgh Town Supervisor, a job he has held since 1991. Cioffi, a West Point graduate, software engineer and business consulta... More »

Supervisor Feiner Plans Mail Test for Greenburgh

by Robert Kimmel –  Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is having the Town conduct a test of the Postal Service First Class Delivery, “in response to numerous complaints about the postal service from residents.”  He has described such complaints in the past... More »

White Plains resident who threatened Feiner convicted

By Barrett Seaman In a bench trial in the White Plains City Court, Timothy Goetze, 44, was convicted of committing a hate crime by threatening Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and his family in 2017. He was sentenced to a one-year conditional discharge, ... More »

Greenburgh Supervisor Feiner Faces Election Challenge

by Robert Kimmel –  A dozen years have passed since Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner has faced opposition in a general election, but he will this November, and he said he welcomes it. “I’m pleased that I have an opponent. I think it is good for democracy... More »

Saturday, August 24 from 4:00 to 7:30 pm Philipsburgh Manor Visitor Center 381 North Broadway Sleepy Hollow, New York PEOPLE NOT PROPERTY (An Interactive Documentary) – Stories of Slavery in the Colonial North Presented by The 400 Years Project of the Greenbur... More »

Donations for the Needy

Drop-Off at Greenburgh Town Hall The Greenburgh Town Hall lobby is functioning as a repository for charitable holiday donations of food, clothing, and toys to several organizations collecting for the less fortunate. The Town Hall is located at 177 Hillside Ave... More »

911 LIVING HISTORY COMMITTEE Oct 17

GREENBURGH 911 LIVING HISTORY COMMITTEE MEETS TO INTERVIEW THOSE WHOSE LIVES WERE TOUCHED BY 911 TERRORIST ATTACK From Paul Feiner, Town Supervisor The Committee will meet for the first time to achieve this goal on Wednesday, October 17, at 7 p.m. at Greenburg... More »

Student Anti-Gun Protests Draw Political Support

By Robert Kimmel – Political leaders in the Rivertowns have lined up behind local student demands for tighter gun laws  and are offering support for the planned  demonstrations in March. “It’s important for students to get involved in our political process,” G... More »