Letter to the Editor: Finding the Baby Formula Your Child Needs
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

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The Greenburgh Tribune edition GREENBURGH, NY — May 15, 2022 — Many parents with babies are stressed because they are having a difficult time getting the formula they need for their child. I would like to help. If you are having difficulty finding a formula your child needs please direct e-mail to me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. I will be asking student …

TribuneLetter to the Editor: Finding the Baby Formula Your Child Needs
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

Quality Control for Ballots
By Kate Ray

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OSSINING, NY — May 1, 2022 — A top quality ballot is a ballot that is counted and saved exactly as the voter marked and cast it. Make sure your ballot is top quality. Ask your NY Senator and your Assembly Member to protect the quality of your ballot with the Hybrid Ban Bill, A1115C/309B. When I vote, I expect …

TribuneQuality Control for Ballots
By Kate Ray

The Greenburgh Student News Network First Meeting to Be Telecast Via Zoom on Thursday, April 7th at 4:30P.M. DST
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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The Greenburgh Tribune Edition GREENBURGH, NY — April 2, 2022 — Greenburgh students interested in participating in our new Greenburgh Student News Network (GSNN-TV) broadcast are invited to attend the first meeting of the Greenburgh Student News Network via Zoom this Thursday, April 7th at 4:30P.M., DST.  GSNN will be a locally produced news broadcast featuring students who will report …

Paul FeinerThe Greenburgh Student News Network First Meeting to Be Telecast Via Zoom on Thursday, April 7th at 4:30P.M. DST
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

Con Ed Must Provide the Public and Local Government Officials With a 5-10 Year Plan of Roads Designated to BE Cut Up
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — August 22, 2021 — In recent years Con Ed has been doing lots of underground gas pipe replacements around the region.  The infrastructure work is needed and is important for our safety. What’s needed is for Con Ed to provide the public and local government officials with a 5-10 year plan of roads that are going to …

Paul FeinerCon Ed Must Provide the Public and Local Government Officials With a 5-10 Year Plan of Roads Designated to BE Cut Up
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

Yonkers School District and the “Pandemic”
By A VERY CONCERNED PARENT

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YONKERS, NY — MARCH 9, 2021 — I am a parent of two in this ‘prestigious’ district and I wanted to share this missive with you. Our children are in two different schools, by choice, so this is from that perspective. Some things that I have seen, experienced, and what I find quite troubling is the fact that the Yonkers …

TribuneYonkers School District and the “Pandemic”
By A VERY CONCERNED PARENT

Letter to the Editor Regarding Vaccinations
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.,

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Premise: Should New York State vaccinate retired medical professionals who volunteer to assist in administering Covid vaccines? Proposed Suggestion: New York State should prudently offer Retired medical professionals who assist in administering COVID vaccinations the opportunity to get earlier vaccinations for them and their immediate families as it would help NYS vaccinate more people quickly. GREENBURGH, NY — January 2, …

Paul FeinerLetter to the Editor Regarding Vaccinations
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.,

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Grading Yonkers Snow Removal Effort

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YONKERS, NY — December 19, 2020 — Some Yonkersites advise that even after 3 days when they look out their window it seems the snow has only fallen within the past 24-hours. Not just the author’s street, but the entire area. The suggestion is that the City of Yonkers (CoY) send an email blast to homeowners to rate the performance …

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Decarcerate the Hudson Valley
By VANESSA AGUDELO

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PEEKSKILL, NY — December 8, 2020 — Now is the time to dismantle systems of criminalization and incarceration which target Black and brown community members, criminalize poverty, and separate people from their families. Almost two dozen groups throughout the Hudson Valley have joined together to form the Decarcerate the Hudson Valley Coalition. This coalition will build power with community-based organizations, formerly …

eHeziLETTER TO THE EDITOR: Decarcerate the Hudson Valley
By VANESSA AGUDELO

Westchester News and Notes: The Counting My Nickels Edition
By MARK JEFFERS

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Welcome to “News & Notes,” where we look at the happenings here in Westchester County… BEDFORD HILLS, NY — October 8, 2020 — Maybe I should clean our couch more often…I found over two dollars in change the other day, I rushed over to the matching chair, but had no luck, so after checking all the other pieces of furniture …

Mark JeffersWestchester News and Notes: The Counting My Nickels Edition
By MARK JEFFERS

Once A Rising Star: Yonkers City Council Democratic Majority Leader Corazon Pineda-Isaac Has Lost Her Way
By ANNETTE YARBER

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YONKERS, NY — October 1, 2020 — The world of Yonkers politics is constantly abuzz with gossip. Many self-interested politicians have already positioned themselves for reelection. None have been as shameless as Democratic Majority Leader Corazon Pineda-Isaac. Declaring in a recent News 12 profile that she plans to run for a third City Council term and sees a future for …

TribuneOnce A Rising Star: Yonkers City Council Democratic Majority Leader Corazon Pineda-Isaac Has Lost Her Way
By ANNETTE YARBER