What interested you this week in Greenburgh news?
In town news, the 2012 budget is due Monday, October 31 by 5 p.m. The Town Board is currently revising it to suit budgetary limitations. What do you hope is included in the budget? What from years past should be removed?
E-Books are currently available to download from the Greenburgh Public Library. Cardholders can use this service from inside the library or from home. From Nov. 7-12, the library is planning a show-and-tell of the electronic devices, said John Sexton, the library's assistant director. Visitors are invited for a "test drive" to find out which suits them best. The library will display two iPads, two Kindles and two Nooks.
Have you driven down the newly-paved Knollwood Road, past the Greenburgh Shopping Center? Notice how the boundary lines are not yet drawn onto the pavement. While Greenburgh Police Chief Joseph DeCarlo wants the road to be complete, he said that it is a state road, and cannot be painted by the town. DeCarlo awaits hearing an expected completion date.
If you require FEMA aid due to Hurricane Irene, registration must be completed by Oct. 31 to be considered for relief. Visit Disaster Assistance for more information.
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