Monthly Archives: March 2015

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GREENBURGH REVISED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN NOT LIKELY TO PLEASE EDGEMONT

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Click for 2014 Q&A from Public Outreach MeetingsĀ  Click for Full Report Click for Land Use and Zoning (Chapter 12)     A revised comprehensive plan for the future of unincorporated Greenburgh, released early this morning, is not likely to … Continue reading

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ALL MASSAGE PARLORS CLOSED BY GREENBURGH POLICE HAVE REOPENED AS TOWN BOARD MULLS NEW LETTER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL

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Police Chief Chris McNerney told the Greenburgh town board Wednesday that all six of the massage parlors that had been closed two weeks ago following the arrests of 11 women at these locations — including one as young as 18 … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH TOWN CLERK SAYS DON’T BLAME HER FOR TOWN’S POOR WEBSITE

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It seems Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and Town Clerk Judith Beville, both of whom are running for reelection this fall, are touchy on the subject of who is to blame for the Town’s failing grade for its website. Town Clerk … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH TOWN WEBSITE RECEIVES FAILING MARKS FROM STATE PUBLIC INTEREST GROUP

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The Town of Greenburgh’s website fails to provide taxpayers with basic easy-to-find information, according to Empire Center, an Albany-based non-profit think tank which last fall issued a report card grading the websites of the state’s largest towns. The Town’s website, … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH POLICE CHIEF WROTE LETTER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL ARGUING AGAINST PREEMPTION OF PROPOSED MASSAGE LAW

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The proposed law to put an end to houses of prostitution fronting as massage parlors in Greenburgh is supported by Police Chief Chris McNerney who said this week that he had written a letter to the state attorney general to … Continue reading