2020 Year in Review of Greenburgh, NY
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — December 31, 2020 — In just a few hours, the year 2020 will be “history,” having wreaked havoc across the world, both physically and fiscally. We, as residents of the Town of Greenburgh, were not and are not immune to the effects of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic and many of our neighbors, regrettably continue to suffer. What …

Paul Feiner2020 Year in Review of Greenburgh, NY
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

Statement by White Plains Mayor Adam T. Bradley – February 18, 2011

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Good afternoon. Thank you for being here.  For more than a decade as a public servant – first as an Assemblyman and then as Mayor – I have endeavored to always make decisions based on what was best for the people I represent and for the city of White Plains. Through good times and bad, in Albany and in City …

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Remarks by Mayor Adam Bradley before the White Plains Democratic Committee Meeting of January 18, 2011

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“Thank you for the opportunity to speak tonight.   “I want to begin by thanking those of you here tonight who, over the last year, have put political and personal considerations aside and stood by me during a very difficult time in my personal life. Thank you for your continued support.  “In moments like this, a man discovers a lot …

eHeziRemarks by Mayor Adam Bradley before the White Plains Democratic Committee Meeting of January 18, 2011