It's interesting that the Greenburgh Library times are at the convenience of their library staff and not the public. Small business owners will be impacted by this the most and don't want to take time off during their business day to attend this. They should be offered mostly at night so people can work and then come to these events. Government at its best. View Comment
Many of these rides are on the National Registry as Historic landmarks. Agreeing to dismantle this park to add more open space is absurd. Then we’ll get the soccer or volleyball playing, law-ignoring, non-taxpaying "visitors" ruining that space and littering it up, like they've done in every community. Leave it alone and just remove the county as the management arm. View Comment
Seth, its too bad you are obviously in favor of the Feiner administration's incompetence, lying officials, racism, discrimination, inaction, developer payoffs and lowering of our standard of living in the unincorporated town. You probably live in a village and are insulated from him. Instead of knocking the work everyone did, you should try running for any office and see how arduous the process is. BTW, Feiner will be challenging Mr Bernstein’s signatures through his proxies. More likely, he'll use Morgan’s daughter, who uses her married name so no one would know it's Morgan and Feiner as he tries to win without a race or the competition he claims to like. He lies and his minions swear to it. I'm not sure Mr Bernstein is the best choice, but he has to be better than what we have. View Comment
What Astorino doesn't mention as he seeks green votes is how much this will cost the taxpayers and how long this project will take. Add to that the small point that EVERY project government undertakes will wind up costing triple the projected costs. This is feel-good crap that doesn’t offer any real savings. Is this another of Astorino's ploys to get re-elected and continue building a power base to set up a run for governor? He's gotta go (although Bramson is no bargain either). We're screwed either way. View Comment
Affordable housing for young professionals? They make more money than I do as an aging-out 60-year old! Anytime affordable housing is mentioned, it has the connotation of welfare recipients = ghetto.
Westchester was developed mostly as residential and now that the feds are trying to Bronxify us, we'll wind up looking like sections of NYC. And, that’s what many elected leaders want, such as Paul “Illegal” Feiner.
This stuff has to stop. The liberal experiment is not working. 47% of the people getting handouts is not the answer. Getting an education and a job is. View Comment
This is another wasted "poll" because you are mixing Village issues with Unincorporated Town issues and the two are separately addressed. The Village issues are addressed by each of those respective Village Boards. The Unincorporated Town’s issues should be handled by their "mayor" Feiner and his Board, but they’re not. Feiner and his minions are simply giving the Town to the developers. They’ve stalled the Comprehensive Plan, cost us millions of dollars in guilty verdicts, millions of dollars in bad business decisions (Frank's Nursery, WestHELP, water department, Toll Brothers, Assisted Living, Westhab, Theodore Young Community Center) and the list goes on and on. Feiner has got to go! Choose Bob Bernstein in the upcoming primary. View Comment
People are lazy. They only come out to vote when it directly affects them. They start all these BS programs that don't work because some "expert" said to do it. The state has unfunded mandates and the school boards everywhere just accept it. It has to stop. Hopefully the voters will come out and say no again, otherwise they are morons. School Boards know if they wear down the public eventually what they ask for will pass. Its good they elected Ted but they also should have elected Justin. View Comment