Looking for FEMA Angel Volunteers to Help Seniors Navigate the FEMA Financial Help Process…
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — December 19, 2021 — Many residents of Greenburgh experienced significant property damage as a result of the recent storm. Many lost cars, furniture, boilers, heating and air conditioning units, and will have to spend tens of thousands of dollars making repairs to their homes. Because the President declared our area a disaster area, Greenburgh residents are eligible …

Paul FeinerLooking for FEMA Angel Volunteers to Help Seniors Navigate the FEMA Financial Help Process…
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

Greenburgh to Expand Responsibilities of Police Advisory Panel to Authorize Independent Reviews of Police Misconduct
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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GREENBURGH, NY — October 17, 2017, 2021 — Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney spoke with me earlier today to renew his support for legislation to expand the authority of the Greenburgh Police Community Advisory Commission. If the Chief’s recommendations are approved by the Town Board the Commission, now 30 years old, would be given added responsibilities to  review allegations of police …

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FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Should Provide Residents and Businesses with Information
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

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Will we be able to get reimbursement for losses due to flood damage? Many people have significant losses: Cars that don’t work, boilers that are broken, and substantial property losses. Will we be able to get reimbursed?  Many people don’t have flood insurance while s9me insurance companies  have denied claims presented to them. GREENBURGH, NY — September 4, 2021 —. …

Paul FeinerFEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) Should Provide Residents and Businesses with Information
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Esq.

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.

Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard Declares a State of Emergency Over Public Safety Concerns
By Hezi Aris

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The “gross negligence and dereliction of duty” Hezitorial   MOUNT VERNON, NY — July 18, 2021 — Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard declared the obvious: the vehicles necessary to sustain public safety have been permitted to deteriorate to the point of being considered dilapidated and unsafe to operate. The known crisis has been a long standing concern. It is recognized …

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Police Associations Condemn Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah
By Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester President Detective Keith Olson

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YONKERS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — June 23, 2021 —On behalf of the more than 4,000 law enforcement officers that comprise the Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester (APA), I condemn Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah’s outrageous decision to charge New Rochelle Police Detective Michael Vaccaro with Attempted Assault 3. Sadly, Det. Vaccaro has been caught in the crossfire of an agenda-driven …

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By Affiliated Police Associations of Westchester President Detective Keith Olson

Voto Latinos Instagram Live Tomorrow, June 10th @11:00am ET 

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The Ad Council, Voto Latino and Univision Partner for a Round Table Discussion to Boost Awareness of Covid-19 Vaccines I. Latino Communities DATE: Wednesday, June 10th, 2021           WASHINGTON, DC – June 9, 2021 — The Ad Council, Voto Latino and Univision come together to participate in an INSTAGRAM LIVE discussion in English & Spanish about the importance of COVID 19 …

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Citizenry and Elected Leadership Launch Lobbying Effort to Protect the Town of Greenburgh

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GREENBURGH, NY — June 6, 2021 — A press conference came to order on Saturday, June 5th at 11 AM with Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, town and  civic leaders at Greenburgh’s Theodore D. Young Community Center. they gathered to lobby for legislation requiring a fair process by which to determine whether Edgemont should incorporate. They requested changes in the …

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Mainstream Economics Too Often Ignores the Power Imbalance in Labor Markets
By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN

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  NEWARK, NJ — June 2, 2021  — As the nation begins to emerge from the pandemic and the economy improves, it might behoove us to reflect on the so-called “natural” process of wage determination. According to the neoclassical model of competitive markets, a market clearing wage is achieved when the demand for labor is exactly equal to the supply of …

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Gullotta House Donates Lift for Housing Authority Tenant Unable to Go Outside Due to Illness and Steps
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — May 31, 2021 — Earlier this week I advised residents that a resident who I met while conducting my daily bike calls around Greenburgh had a major quality of life problem. Her daughter, a resident at one of the Greenburgh Housing Authority apartments had difficulty getting down the steps of her apartment due to an illness. She resides on the 2nd floor …

Paul FeinerGullotta House Donates Lift for Housing Authority Tenant Unable to Go Outside Due to Illness and Steps
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.