Postal Service Governing Board Has a Non-functioning Oversight Board; No Citizen Oversight With Five Vacancies
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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GREENBURGH, NY — October 21, 2018 — In recent months spanning many years, there have been numerous complaints about the U.S. Postal Service. Many residents of Westchester don’t receive mail when their carriers are out sick or on vacation. And, when we receive mail it could be a letter that was supposed to go to someone else. I have received …

eHeziPostal Service Governing Board Has a Non-functioning Oversight Board; No Citizen Oversight With Five Vacancies
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

The Feiner Report: Westchester and Metro North Should Improve Coordination in Event of a Metro North Shutdown By Paul Feiner

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Bee Line Buses Should Honor Metro North Commuter Tickets Greenburgh, NY, September 20, 2010 — Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is urging Westchester County, Bee Line Bus Line, and Metro North to improve coordination in the event of a Metro North shutdown. Today, Metro North was forced to close down Grand Central Station to commuters for a number of hours due …

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Voting by Mail BY Paul Feiner

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New Voting Machines Create Privacy Concerns The poor turnout (and new election machine problems) in today’s primary for state-wide office highlights the need for New York State to do something differently. New York should do what Oregon and other states have been doing. Let voters cast their ballots by mail over a two week period.Voting by mail would make it …

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Feiner Requests Meeting with Empire Blue Cross / Blue Shield President for Deniel of Medical Care at Local Hospitals

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GREENBURGH, NY, July 26, 2010 — Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner today divulged that hundreds of Westchester County employees were being denied medical care because of a breakdown in negotiations between Empire Blue Cross / Blue Shield and Stellaris Health Networks. Supervisor Feiner points out that employees and local government are paying for insurance so they can access Lawrence Hospital …

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Helpful Information About Coyotes Provided By Paul Feiner

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After the recent coyote attack of a 6 year old girl in Rye, New York, the Greenburgh Police Department has been receiving many calls reporting the sighting of coyotes throughout all areas of the Town.  Many residents are also inquiring what can be done to remove them from the populated areas of the Town.  The Department has prepared the following …

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Pensions Should Be Based on Base Salary – Not Overtime BY PAUL FEINER

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An article in the Journal News today [READ: Lower Hudson Valley has 25 of top 100 municipal pensions in state] indicated that 25 Westchester employees are among the top retirees who earned the highest pensions in the State of New York.  The article reported that the NY State Attorney General’s office is looking into pension padding – a practice that …

eHeziPensions Should Be Based on Base Salary – Not Overtime BY PAUL FEINER

White Plains Oil Spill Update

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 June 3, 2010, White Plains, NY — The City of White Plains and Westchester County are working together to make sure the clean up process continues along the Bronx River in White Plains.  On June 2, 2010 approximately several hundred gallons of heating oil leaked from a building on South Lexington Avenue and into the Bronx River. White Plains Mayor …

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Senator Stewart-Cousins & Senate Conference Leader Sampson Announce $3.25 M for Research Facility at New York Medical College

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 (L-R): Senate Majority Conference Leader John L. Sampson, Dr. Karl P. Adler, and Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins Valhalla, NY — May 6, 2010 — On Thursday, May 6, 2010 Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins (35th District – NY) and Senate Majority Conference Leader John Sampson with the New York Medical College (NYMC) announced an award of $3.25 million to NYMC for a Hudson …

eHeziSenator Stewart-Cousins & Senate Conference Leader Sampson Announce $3.25 M for Research Facility at New York Medical College