(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) It's a new day in Greenburgh. The key to starting any new day is waking up. If something isn't working, then we have to make a change. I've lived in both Hastings and Edgemont, and I know that many people in the villages (Hastings, Dobbs, … Continue reading Diversity Goals and Hiring Practices in Greenburgh
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) I am running a bold yet respectful campaign for Greenburgh Town Supervisor in the November 2019 election. This also covers residents in villages who do not necessarily know they are in Greenburgh (Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings, Irvington, Tarrytown). These questions are not intended as attacks. … Continue reading Top 14 Questions for Paul Feiner (RE: 42% Water Rate Increase)
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) One resident of Fairview is setting up a program that connects young adults in Greenburgh with work that they can do for homeowners & businesses this summer and beyond. Do you see young adults in your neighborhood already working like this (shoveling snow, raking leaves, … Continue reading Do you have yard work (and other chores) for youth this summer?
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) During the month of June I'm leading an open public effort to document "The State of the Town" here in Greenburgh. Whether you think our local government is doing well or poorly, you are absolutely invited to participate. It takes just a few minutes to … Continue reading Help Write the “State of the Town”
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) I was surprised to see that it is hard to find information online about the Hartsdale Memorial Day Parade on Monday. This touches on an underlying problem: There isn't an easy system to find out about all the events happening across Greenburgh. We as residents … Continue reading Flow of Information, News, & Events
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) Our Commitment: This campaign will be bold yet respectful. Today we're announcing an initiative to give our youth a chance to connect across the town of Greenburgh. This is part of our goal of building our town's identity, connecting our neighborhoods, and creating opportunities for … Continue reading Westchester Youth Congress
(To add a comment, please visit this article on NextDoor.) Our Commitment: This campaign will be bold yet respectful. Who is Greenburgh? Well, it's all of us. Each of us sees a different part of our town and from a different perspective. Let's take a moment to learn what each other sees. In the comment … Continue reading Who is Greenburgh?