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Paul Feiner

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Paul Feiner is Supervisor for the Town of Greenburgh

Paul Feiner's Contributions

  1. Greenburgh Gets Huge Response To Distribution Of Road Safety Reflectors

    Greenburgh Gets Huge Response To Distribution Of Road Safety Reflectors

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- If you notice bright green lights moving around Greenburgh streets at night, don't worry, it's just a pedestrian making sure they can be seen by drivers.Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner got the idea for the bands when local civic activist Murray Bodin spoke about the problem with pedestrians wearing dark clothing at night."I hadn't thought about the problem ...

  2. Greenburgh Relaxes Winter Parking Rules On Certain Streets

    Greenburgh Relaxes Winter Parking Rules On Certain Streets

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Greenburgh has relaxed the rules for overnight parking on certain streets this winter.According to Supervisor Paul Feiner, it’s now OK to park on East Hartsdale Avenue and at the metered spots on Columbia Avenue between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., but only if it’s not snowing.The town’s winter parking rules took effect Thursday, Dec. 1, and last until March 15.If a snow ...

  3. Greenburgh's West Hartsdale Road Gets New Sidewalk Along Route 100A

    Greenburgh's West Hartsdale Road Gets New Sidewalk Along Route 100A

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- New sidewalks have been installed along a 550-foot stretch of West Hartsdale Road (Route 100A) in Greenburgh.The sidewalks, funded by the Solomon Schechter School of Westchester, extend from the existing walkway at the school's main entrance at 555 W. Hartsdale Road to its second driveway.The project, which began earlier this month, was completed in about two weeks. ...

  4. Letter To The Editor: Westchester Power Reduces Utility Rates

    Letter To The Editor: Westchester Power Reduces Utility Rates

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. — The Greenburgh Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email greenburgh@dailyvoice.com.To the Editor:Earlier this year Greenburgh and about 20 communities in Westchester approved an agreement with westchesterpower.org to purchase power in bulk.When we approved the agreement, we advised residents who reside ...

  5. Local Officials, Scarsdale Students, Teachers Honor Veterans

    Local Officials, Scarsdale Students, Teachers Honor Veterans

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Students at Seely Place Elementary School marked Veterans Day with a special assembly this week for fourth- through sixth-grade students and local veterans and officials as part of the school's participation in the History Channel's Take a Veteran to School program.Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner was among the local officials to attend the ceremony, one of many ...

  6. Power Outage Briefly Disrupts Polling Place, Traffic Lights In Greenburgh

    Power Outage Briefly Disrupts Polling Place, Traffic Lights In Greenburgh

    This story has been updated.GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- A power outage in parts of the Town of Greenburgh briefly impacted polling places in Hartsdale early Tuesday as well as traffic lights on Central Avenue.Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner said he contacted Con Edison."Hopefully, power will be back soon," Feiner said at 7:37 a.m.By 8:22 a.m., Feiner reported power was back on at ...

  7. Student Hit By Car Walking To Edgemont High School

    Student Hit By Car Walking To Edgemont High School

    EDGEMONT, N.Y. -- An Edgemont High School student was struck by a motor vehicle on Monday while walking to school, according to Greenburgh police."Fortunately, the injuries were not serious," Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner said. "I have asked the police department to review what happened and to consider safety improvements at this and other locations." Greenburgh ...

  8. Mamaroneck Mayor Says His Village Could Benefit From Westchester Gigabits

    Mamaroneck Mayor Says His Village Could Benefit From Westchester Gigabits

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- While four cities were showcased during a news conference Thursday announcing a new smart high-technology growth initiative with the Westchester County Association, the $750 million project ultimately will benefit all county residents, a WCA official said on Tuesday.Joan McDonald, strategic advisor for The Blueprint for Smart Growth, said, "We think the good ...

  9. Greenburgh Approves First Comprehensive Plan

    Greenburgh Approves First Comprehensive Plan

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Town Board adopted its first Comprehensive Plan at a recent meeting.The action follows an environmental review process and is based on a recommendation of consultant Ferrandino & Associates Inc., which determined the plan would not have negative environmental impacts, according to a release.Councilman Francis Sheehan and the Comprehensive Plan ...

  10. Letter: Should Greenburgh Pedestrians Wear Reflective Clothing?

    Letter: Should Greenburgh Pedestrians Wear Reflective Clothing?

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email greenburgh@dailyvoice.com. To the editor:Almost every night, when I'm driving around town, I see pedestrians walking or jogging wearing very dark clothes. It's difficult to see them -- especially if they are crossing the street at the same time ...

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