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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

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GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD REVERSES BUILDING INSPECTOR ON SHELBOURNE, WHILE TOWN BOARD TRIES BACK DOOR APPROACH

The Greenburgh Zoning Board of Appeals Thursday evening issued its long-awaited formal decision overturning the determination by the Town’s building inspector that no variances were required to construct an 80-bed assisted living facility on the site of the Sprainbrook Nursery … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH AUTHORIZES PURCHASE OF MOTORCYCLE FLEET FOR POLICE

The Greenburgh Town Board tonight approved a measure calling for the Town to spend $111,000 to purchase four fully equipped motorcycles for use by the Greenburgh police. The sum of $104,000 for the purchase was taken on January 27, 2016 … Continue reading

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BOMB THREAT AT EDGEMONT HIGH SCHOOL PROMPTS EVACUATION

A bomb threat this morning was found scrawled on a toilet paper dispenser in an Edgemont Junior Senior High School bathroom, prompting all high school students to be evacuated to Seely Place School, where reports are that students are now … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD APPEARS TO BE SIDING WITH ECC IN FINDING THAT PROPOSED ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY NEEDS ZONING VARIANCES

The Greenburgh Zoning Board of Appeals is on the verge of ruling in favor of the Edgemont Community Council that the Town’s building inspector was wrong last summer when he ruled that an 80-bed assisted living facility proposed to be … Continue reading