Gov. Cuomo Signs Law Developed by Greenburgh Requiring Large Supermarkets Nationwide to Make Exceess Edible Food Available to Feed the Needy
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — January 2, 2020 —  One in seven New Yorkers do not have enough food.   Yet supermarkets throw out good edible food daily . . . and send it to landfills for disposal.    Based on a law developed in Greenburgh, Governor Cuomo has signed a law providing that large supermarkets statewide are required to make excess edible food available …

eHeziGov. Cuomo Signs Law Developed by Greenburgh Requiring Large Supermarkets Nationwide to Make Exceess Edible Food Available to Feed the Needy
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

County Legislators Shimsky and Jenkins Call for Sprain Ridge Pool Design to Be Completed

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(L-R): Photo taken in 2013. Yonkers City Council Minority Leader Michael Sabbatino, Westchester County Board Legislators Ken Jenkins and MaryJane Shimsky, former Yonkers City Council President Chuck Lesnick, and former Westchester County Board Legislator  Bill Ryan. WHITE PLAINS, NY – June 12, 2014 — Westchester Legislators MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson) and Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers) called on County Executive Rob Astorino and …

eHeziCounty Legislators Shimsky and Jenkins Call for Sprain Ridge Pool Design to Be Completed