GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Anticipating the arrival of Hurricane Irene, the Town of Greenburgh will declare a state of emergency at 9 p.m. Saturday, Town Supervisor Paul Feiner said in a message. That will allow the town to close roads, change parking rules and take other actions as it sees necessary.
As one of the measures under the state of emergency, Feiner said the town is opening the public parking garage to residents at East Hartsdale Avenue who park their cars in buildings prone to flooding.
They want to park their car in a safe place, he said.
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