There were a few follow-up items from our Monday, 3/1 meeting so we wanted to keep everyone in the loop.
- Edgemont Police Report: Lt. Hall provided a detailed report on all Edgemont 2020 calls to the GPD. Several people requested a soft copy of the report, which you can find here.
- Greenburgh Housing Authority: We passed a resolution requesting the Town take action to protect the residents who are being relocated from their homes. You can find the letter to the Town here. Also, this matter was discussed again last night at the Town Board Work Session and you can find a replay of it here.
- Snow Removal on Sidewalks: We received a number of requests and inquiries from residents asking if there was a company they could pay to handle snow removal on the sidewalks in front of their homes. We’ll work with the Civic Associations to take an exploratory look at this. Please help us out by letting us know if a) you would be interested in this type of optional service or b) if you have a reputable company you’d recommend. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and a reminder that due to the Annual Meeting and Spring Break, our next meeting is Monday, 3/22. See you there!
Please see the below message regarding Covid vaccinations here in Greenburgh on Wed, March 10th. If you qualify and are interested, please contact email@example.com to start the process.
Hi Everyone – I hope you are all doing well on this lovely winter day and that all is well. I wanted to let everyone know that if you have not yet received a COVID vaccine and you have comorbidities, the Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center on Knollwood Rd. (across from the Greenburgh Library) is doing mass vaccinations on Wednesday, March 10 from 9-6. They are only vaccinating those with UNDERLYING CONDITIONS. If you or someone you know – who lives in Greenburgh only – fits these criteria please send me their name, dob, and phone numbers so I can forward to one of my friends who is a COVID angel and then someone will get back to them.
Although we weren’t supposed to do our third food “basket” delivery until Wednesday, the storm had different plans for us! We scrambled this past weekend and successfully delivered 100 baskets to the Dobbs Ferry Food Pantry on Sunday, so they could be distributed to local families in need over the next few days. They were incredibly grateful for Edgemont’s generosity, as we are to all of you that helped to make this month’s effort possible.
We are hopeful that we will be able to do one more food basket distribution with the funds raised, so please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to help.
We hope everyone stays safe and warm today!