Greenburgh Receives $600,000 Grant to Save Historic Odell House Which Played an Integral Role in The Revolutionary War
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — December 19, 2019 — I am very pleased to announce that the Town is the recipient of a $600,000  grant from New York State for the restoration of Odell House which is located on Ridge Road, Hartsdale, NY.  This house, built in 1732, served as the headquarters for the Count de Rochambeau and the …

Paul FeinerGreenburgh Receives $600,000 Grant to Save Historic Odell House Which Played an Integral Role in The Revolutionary War
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

New York State Is Close to Adopting a NYS Health Care Act That Is Still Being Discussed On the National Level
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER 

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — December 10, 2019 — Most residents of New York State, Westchester County, and Greenburgh,  are not aware of the fact that NYS could be close to doing at the state level what lawmakers have been talking about at the national level – the NYS Health Care Act covers everyone while saving money. I was …

eHeziNew York State Is Close to Adopting a NYS Health Care Act That Is Still Being Discussed On the National Level
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER 

Local Mail Test of Postal Service Conducted; Results Gleaned
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER 

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The Feiner Report In response to concerns, and complaints to the Town Supervisor’s Office in reference to US Postal Service … GREENBURGH, NY — November 16, 2019 — Residents of the Town of Greenburgh participate in local mail test of the US Postal Service delivery system in response to concerns, and complaints to the Town Supervisor’s Office in reference to …

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Westchester County Proposes 2020 Budget

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$2.1 Billion Dollar Budget $1 Million Dollar Cut to the Westchester County Property Tax Levy WHITE PLAINS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — November 9, 2019 — On the heels of a listening tour around the County, Westchester County Executive George Latimer unveiled his 2020 proposed Operating Budget at the County Office building before County leadership, staff, the Westchester County Board of …

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Update On the Condition of Two Children Who Were Struck By a Car
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER 

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The Feiner Report What We Can Do To Make Central Avenue Near Sacred Heart Church Safer GREENBURGH, NY — October 20, 2019 — Detectives advise that the 11-year-old child is progressing nicely and may be released from the hospital as early as today. The 14-year-old is in a medically induced coma resultant to his condition – swelling. He is still listed …

Paul FeinerUpdate On the Condition of Two Children Who Were Struck By a Car
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The WestHELP Story – When You Give the Community An Opportunity To Be Part Of the Process Good Things Can Happen!
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — October 18, 2019 — Today, the town received $600,000 from Marathon Development. They plan to build 74 units of senior citizen affordable homes on the campus of Westchester Community College – renovating the abandoned WestHELP homeless shelter. This is a positive development for the town. I thought that readers would be interested in learning …

eHeziThe WestHELP Story – When You Give the Community An Opportunity To Be Part Of the Process Good Things Can Happen!
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A Proposal to Combat Hate Crimes
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER 

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The Feiner Report Westchester County Would Be Best Served By Compiling a “Hate Crime Reporting Form” That Would Be Shared and Thereby Help to Track Hate Crimes and Its Offenders GREENBURGH, NY — Our county has experienced numerous Anti-Semitic incidents in recent months.  Scarsdale, White Plains, Pleasantville have experienced Anti-Semitic incidents in the last few weeks alone. The problem is escalating. …

Paul FeinerA Proposal to Combat Hate Crimes
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Production of the Film “Sinner” Yesterday Caused Lots of Aggravation for Commuters; New Law to be iIntroduced Banning Filming During Rush Hour
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — October 3, 2019 — A follow up to what happened yesterday at the Hartsdale train station. As you know, Universal Content Productions LLC is filming the third season of “The Sinner”. They reached an agreement with the Hartsdale Parking district to use the Hartsdale train station for filming; the Hartsdale Parking District is being …

Paul FeinerProduction of the Film “Sinner” Yesterday Caused Lots of Aggravation for Commuters; New Law to be iIntroduced Banning Filming During Rush Hour
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Kindergarten Students Remind Motorists to Obey Speed Limits by Wearing T-shirts
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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GREENBURGH, NY — September 23, 2019 — Lee F. Jackson Elementary School (K-1), part of The Greenburgh Central School District are promoting safe driving with their T-shirt campaign. Watch the launch of their campaign. The kindergarteners are encouraging motorists to obey the 20 MPH speed limits near schools by driving within the speed limits. They do so via their T-shirt …

eHeziKindergarten Students Remind Motorists to Obey Speed Limits by Wearing T-shirts
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Timothy Goetz, White Plains Man, Convicted of Threatening Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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GREENBURGH, NY — September 21, 2019 — Earlier this week, a swastika was found at Scarsdale High School. In the past, swastikas were found on street signs in the River Villages of Greenburgh, and in a  nursery school in  Westchester  County. Usually, the person who commits the act is not caught. Two years ago, I received  threatening anti-semitic emails  directed to my …

eHeziTimothy Goetz, White Plains Man, Convicted of Threatening Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner