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FEINER DOUBLES DOWN ON USE OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS TO TRICK EDGEMONT RESIDENTS TO FILE OBJECTIONS TO INCORPORATION PETITION AS PROTESTS MOUNT

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The firestorm over Town Supervisor Paul Feiner’s efforts this past weekend to manufacture evidence to deny Edgemont residents the right to vote on whether to incorporate continues to grow. The Edgemont Community Council last night unanimously passed a resolution formally … Continue reading

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GREENBURGH ALLOWS ALL “EROTIC” MASSAGE PARLORS IN EDGEMONT TO REOPEN

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All “erotic” massage parlors in Edgemont that the Town had ordered closed under its new law requiring all massage establishments in unincorporated Greenburgh to be licensed by the Town, have now been allowed to reopen, according to decisions apparently made … Continue reading

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COURT RULES DEED RESTRICTION ON DROMORE BARS MULTIFAMILY HOUSING AS FEINER REDRAWS ZONING MAP TO ALLOW DROMORE PROPERTY FOR MULTIFAMILY USE

In a major victory for Edgemont’s cloistered nuns on Dromore Road, a New York state supreme court judge last month ruled that a century-old deed restriction barring construction of a “tenement or flat-house so-called” covers modern apartment buildings of the … Continue reading

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EDGEMONT INCORPORATION COMMITTEE ISSUES INDEPENDENT FEASIBLITY REPORT AS NEXTDOOR BLOCKS PRO-INCORPORATION INFORMATION

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The Edgemont Incorporation Committee, which for the past several months has been collecting signatures on a petition to force a vote on whether Edgemont should incorporate and become Greenburgh’s seventh village this week released a feasibility report prepared by two … Continue reading

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FEDERAL COURT SANCTIONS GREENBURGH FOR FAILING TO RESPOND IN TIMELY MANNER TO DEVELOPER’S $26 MILLION LAWSUIT SEEKING TO BAR EDGEMONT FROM INCORPORATING

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A federal judge in White Plains today found that the Town of Greenburgh failed to respond in a timely manner to a developer’s $26 million housing discrimination lawsuit which seeks, among other things, to bar Town Supervisor Paul Feiner from … Continue reading