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EIC SUES FEINER SEEKING TO REVERSE REFUSAL TO APPROVE PETITION FOR VOTE ON EDGEMONT’S INCORPORATION

The Edgemont Incorporation Committee this week commenced a legal action against Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner seeking to overturn his refusal last month to approve the EIC’s petition for a vote on whether Edgemont could become the Town’s seventh incorporated … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ZONING BOARD VOTES 4-3 TO APPROVE SHELBOURNE VARIANCES

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The Greenburgh Zoning Board of Appeals tonight voted 4-3 to approve granting Formation Shelbourne a 3000% variance to construct a 90-bed assisted living facility at a site in Edgemont that is more than a mile from where such facilities are … Continue reading

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FEINER CONTINUES TO SUPPRESS VOTER RIGHTS BY REFUSING TO CERTIFY EDGEMONT’S INCORPORATION PETITION

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After unlawfully using taxpayer dollars to pay for private investigators to try to invalidate the signatures of Edgemont residents on a petition to incorporate to become Greenburgh’s seventh village, and then illegally using even more town funds to hire experts … Continue reading

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PUBLIC HEARING ON INCORPORATION ENDS IN ANGRY CHAOS AS FEINER REFUSES TO ALLOW TESTIMONY IN OPPOSITION TO TOWN’S ORCHESTRATED OBJECTIONS

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In the end, no one should have been the least bit surprised. Town Supervisor Paul Feiner turned the April 5 public hearing on the legal sufficiency of Edgemont’s petition to incorporate as Greenburgh’s seventh village into a travesty tonight when … Continue reading

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ECC PRESIDENT ASKS FEINER TO STOP USING PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS TO FIND EVIDENCE TO BLOCK INCORPORATION VOTE

Edgemont Community Council president Bob Bernstein tonight sent an open letter to Town Supervisor Paul Feiner asking that he stop using private investigators to enter people’s homes to look for evidence to support a decision by Mr. Feiner not to … Continue reading