Greenburgh residents reacted in anger earlier this month when two huge oak trees that stood for over a century on the traffic island in front of the Hartsdale Train Station were destroyed to construct a “public stage” for town officials … Continue reading
FUROR ERUPTS OVER GREENBURGH’S REMOVAL OF TREES FROM TRAFFIC ISLAND IN FRONT OF HARTSDALE TRAIN STATION
SHELBOURNE THREATENS LAWSUIT AGAINST GREENBURGH BOARD FOR RENEGING ON BACKROOM DEAL TO APPROVE EDGEMONT ASSISTED LIVING PROJECT
First Fortress Bible, and the unprecedented $6.5 million settlement that taxpayers of unincorporated Greenburgh are now being required to pay. Then Dromore, where because of the Town’s failure to correct errors in its zoning map, and then having compounded that … Continue reading
Greenburgh police chief Chris McNerney today said Edgemont residents are very much welcome to attend the Town’s first annual “National Night Out” party at Town Hall this Tuesday, August 2, at Greenburgh Town Hall from 6-9 p.m. Admission is free. … Continue reading
NY APPEALS COURT ORDERS GREENBURGH TO RELEASE EMAIL LIST TO ALLOW RESIDENTS TO DISSEMINATE OPPOSING POINTS OF VIEW
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In a stern rebuke to the Town of Greenburgh and its supposed reputation for “open government,” an appellate court today unanimously ruled that the Town, Town Clerk and Town Board all violated the New York State Freedom of Information Law … Continue reading