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GREENBURGH PROPOSED “COMPREHENSIVE PLAN” GETS THUMBS DOWN FROM RESIDENTS AT FIRST TOWN BOARD PUBLIC HEARING

After more than eight years of study, the Town’s proposed comprehensive plan for land use in unincorporated Greenburgh over the next 20 years got a thumbs down from residents who spoke last night at the Town Board’s first public hearing … Continue reading

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EDGEMONT TO HONOR RETIRING SEELY PRINCIPAL ED KENNEDY

Dr. Ed Kennedy, the much beloved principal of Seely Place School, who is retiring this month after more than 30 years with the district, will be honored with a community-wide “celebration” entitled “The Kennedy Way” on Tuesday, June 14, at … Continue reading

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EDGEMONT VOTES TODAY ON SCHOOL BUDGET AND NEW SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS

Edgemont voters today are being asked to approve a school district budget that calls for an overall increase in school taxes next year of 2.74% — but which is well under the tax cap mandated by the State of New … Continue reading

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FEINER DENIES FUNDING FOR GREENVILLE SCHOOL SIDEWALK IN FAVOR OF SIDEWALK KIDS WON’T BE ABLE TO USE TO GET TO SCHOOL

Town Supervisor Paul Feiner came under fire tonight for having denied funding for construction of two sidewalks that would have allowed children to walk safely to Greenville Elementary School next year, claiming it was a “business decision.” The rejected funding … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH REJECTS FIVE-YEAR PHASE IN AND PROPOSES 9.5% HIKE IN WATER RATES

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As expected, the Town Board last night unanimously rejected the proposed five-year phase in of the new Tyler assessments – thereby rejecting the second of two state authorized mitigation measures. The board’s action, led by Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, thus … Continue reading