Employees Fighting for Federal Dollars to Help Local Governments
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY – May 7, 2020 — Jared M. Rosenberg, Greenburgh Emergency Medical Services EMT-P Paramedic Supervisor, has been interviewed most recently by PBS, as well as print publications. He is president of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) unit in Greenburgh for CSEA, AFSCME Local 1000. He has been advocating for additional federal dollars to help local …

Paul FeinerEmployees Fighting for Federal Dollars to Help Local Governments
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Panic Supermarket Buying Must be Addressed by New York State
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report If we are shutting down almost everything to discourage human contact why are crowded supermarkets OK? A sneeze in a supermarket is just as bad as a sneeze on Broadway GREENBURGH, NY — March 14, 2020 —In recent days NYS and other states have tried to address the coronavirus crisis by encouraging people to avoid large crowds. …

Paul FeinerPanic Supermarket Buying Must be Addressed by New York State
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

NYS Committee on Open Government Asked to Opine on Whether the Town of Greenburgh, Planning and Zoning Board Members May Vote by Skype If they Are Sick in Light of the Coronavirus Crisis
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — March 7, 2020 — As Supervisor of the Town of Greenburgh, I want to know if Greenburgh’s Town Board, Planning Board, and Zoning Board members will be permitted to cast their vote by Skype if they are sick and if the meetings are televised live.  Toward that end, I am asking the NYS Committee …

Paul FeinerNYS Committee on Open Government Asked to Opine on Whether the Town of Greenburgh, Planning and Zoning Board Members May Vote by Skype If they Are Sick in Light of the Coronavirus Crisis
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

In Light of the Coronavirus, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Wants All Lawmakers of State, County and Local Levels be Allowed to Vote by Skype if They are Sick
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report Addressing All State Legislators from Westchester County, New York State Associations of Towns, New York State Conference of Mayors, New York State Association of Counties, and all Executive Directors. GREENBURGH, NY — The recent fears and anxiety that many residents have about the coronavirus highlights the need for lawmakers to set an example when we have colds, …

Paul FeinerIn Light of the Coronavirus, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Wants All Lawmakers of State, County and Local Levels be Allowed to Vote by Skype if They are Sick
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

The Coronavirus is a Catalyst of Bigotry Impacting Chinese-Americans Residing in Greenburgh
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — A large Chinese-American population live in Greenburgh. Some have expressed worry regarding bias against the Chinese community. We must not tolerate any racial discrimination. If any resident is victimized – please advise so we can forward the complaints to the Human Rights Committee and to other authorities. As far as I know, no  Greenburgh …

Paul FeinerThe Coronavirus is a Catalyst of Bigotry Impacting Chinese-Americans Residing in Greenburgh
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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 …

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

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
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER