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Paul Feiner

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Paul Feiner is Supervisor for the Town of Greenburgh

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  1. Burglaries At 'All-Time Low' In Greenburgh

    Burglaries At 'All-Time Low' In Greenburgh

    Greenburgh Supervisor reported on Friday, Feb. 9 that burglary reports in the town during 2017 were at their lowest level since the own began to maintain crime records.Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney released statistics on Part I Criminal Offenses for the year 2017. Part I Offenses are considered serious crimes by the United States Department of Justice.Included in this category ...

  2. Greenburgh Park Named After Frank Jazzo, 82

    Greenburgh Park Named After Frank Jazzo, 82

    Frank Jazzo, 82, of White Plains, a longtime member of the Greenburgh Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and a very dedicated own Historian passed away on Sunday, Feb. 4. According to Supervisor Paul Feiner, "Frank was a very dedicated man who did much for our town. He was passionate about providing recreation opportunities to our youth and a very dedicated Town Historian, who ...

  3. State Judge Orders Greenburgh To Hold Vote On Edgemont Becoming A Village

    State Judge Orders Greenburgh To Hold Vote On Edgemont Becoming A Village

    After his unopposed re-election as Greenburgh Supervisor in November, Paul Feiner vowed to work with Edgewood residents if they succeeded in securing a referendum to incorporate their section of the town into a separate village.On Thursday, Feb. 1, a state judge sided with those residents and ordered that the town hold a special vote within 45 days.Supreme Court Justice Susan Cacace ...

  4. Letter To The Editor: Pedestrian Safety At Rivertowns Square

    Letter To The Editor: Pedestrian Safety At Rivertowns Square

    Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To send a letter, e-mail greenburgh@dailyvoice.com.To the Editor:Last year the Greenburgh Human Rights Committee reached out to former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino asking for help --trying to get a bus stop and bus routes at Rivertowns Square. The shopping center, which will soon consist of a ...

  5. 24 Hour Fitness Opening In Scarsdale

    24 Hour Fitness Opening In Scarsdale

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. --Already thinking of those New Year's Resolutions?A 24 Hour Fitness is opening in Scarsdale at 668 Central Park Ave, with a grand opening set for Saturday.The grand opening featured club tours, prize drawings, and group training demonstrations.24 Hour Fitness said it chose Scarsdale to open its new 30,000 square-foot facility because of its convenience and ...

  6. Greenburgh Remembers Richard Edelson, Longtime Volunteer

    Greenburgh Remembers Richard Edelson, Longtime Volunteer

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Richard Edelson, a longtime first responder in the Town of Greenburgh died Sunday at the age of 76.Edelson, inducted into the Westchester Senior Citizens Hall of Fame last year, was a captain of the town's Community Emergency Response Team. During emergencies, Edelson would arrange for temporary shelter for residents at the community center."If there was an ...

  7. Letter To The Editor: State Should Allow Partial Payment Of Taxes

    Letter To The Editor: State Should Allow Partial Payment Of Taxes

    Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To send a letter, e-mail greenburgh@dailyvoice.com.To the Editor:Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has objected to the congressional action that may lead to the elimination of the real estate tax deduction for many New Yorker's whose taxes exceed $10,000 could help many property owners in Westchester save money if ...

  8. Greenburgh Improves Sidewalks

    Greenburgh Improves Sidewalks

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Do some sidewalks in Greenburgh look a little different to you?The town recently improved sidewalks on Benedict Avenue as part of the Hackley School pool and athletic complex project."The sidewalk improves safety and quality of life in the vicinity of the project and for pedestrian users of Hackley," Supervisor Paul Feiner said.Feiner praised the town board ...

  9. Letter: State Police Should Publicize Speeding Crackdowns On Sprain

    Letter: State Police Should Publicize Speeding Crackdowns On Sprain

    Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To send a letter, e-mail greenburgh@dailyvoice.com.  I read, in the Daily Voice that the police have been dishing out tickets on the Sprain Parkway. The Sprain Parkway is a dangerous parkway with lots of speeding and frequent accidents- including serious injuries and fatalities. I have a suggestion. I like ...

  10. Gertrude Kahn, 98, Nazi Survivor Became Active In Westchester Politics

    Gertrude Kahn, 98, Nazi Survivor Became Active In Westchester Politics

    Gertrude G. Kahn, a former longtime resident of Hartsdale who fled Germany during the Nazi era, died Oct. 26 at the age of 98."Gertie," as she was known to friends and family, moved to Boulder, Colo., from Hartsdale in 2012. She was born May 29, 1919, in Nuremberg, Germany, to Robert and Louise Guggenheimer. She grew up and attended school in Nuremberg until the Nazi era when ...

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