The proposed budget for 2016 from Town Supervisor Paul Feiner gets its first public airing tonight – just as Mr. Feiner announced that town comptroller Bart Talamini is calling it quits after eight years in the post. The proposed budget … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2015
TOWN SUPERVISOR POSTS F-BOMB ON EMAIL BLAST TO 2500 RESIDENTS BUT CAN’T FIND TIME TO POST KEY RESOLUTIONS ON TOWN BOARD’S MONDAY AGENDA
Town Supervisor Paul Feiner found time this Thanksgiving weekend to post the “F-Bomb” on an email blast to 2500 town residents in order to get attention for his point that Westchester County should spend more money cleaning graffiti on its … Continue reading
ECC AND PROPOSED ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY IN EDGEMONT CONTINUE TO DO BATTLE BEFORE GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD
For the second time in two months, Edgemont Community Council president Bob Bernstein squared off against a lawyer for Shelbourne LLC, the developer that wants to build an 80-bed assisted living facility on the site of the Sprainbrook Nursery at … Continue reading
It took the Town a year to do it, but Greenburgh tonight finally approved landmark legislation to give its police the tools they need to close permanently all “adult” massage businesses in unincorporated Greenburgh that employ persons that are not … Continue reading
Happy 173rd Birthday to the Historic Greenville Cemetery! Built in 1842 it is the final resting place for many notable early residents of Westchester including members of the Underhill, Chatterton, Leviness, Seely, Hardwood and Odell families. Located today behind the Scarsdale Mini Mall on Central Park Avenue and the Edgemont High School Football and between Burger King and Patio.com, it is a peaceful oasis and hidden historical jewel right in our backyard. To learn more be sure to like its Facebook page and check out www.oldgreenvillecemetery.com.