Welcome to the Town of Greenburgh
News & Information  
  Select News to View

Please select the year.
2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Back to Article List

JACKSON AVE MILLING...FISHER BRIDGE REPLACEMENT UPDATE..POPHAM RD BRIDGE..FUN EVENTS
Release Date: July 29, 2011

POPHAM ROAD WILL BE CLOSED FROM FRIDAY NIGHT TO SATURDAY...
Popham Road will be closed to all Traffic from 6pm Friday July 29th until 6am Saturday the 30th. All work is anticipated to be completed on Friday, but additional closures may be required on Saturday night. Please see the attached notification for additional information. Please contact me if you require additional information about these lane closures.
 
Matthew Lynch
Structural Engineer
THE FISHER AVE BRIDGE (N WHITE PLAINS TRAIN STATION) WILL BE REPLACED. We originally thought that the replacement bridge would be ready by the end of July. Bad news. A delay. Received this e mail from the Commissioner of Public Works.
We have had a few matters along the way that have caused delays, including some coordination among the various suppliers and fabricators assembling the bridge.  Our contractor assures all will be ready and completed by the end of THIS September.
 
Victor G. Carosi, P.E.
Commissioner of Public Works
Town of Greenburgh
 
JACKSON AVE 9/A INTERSECTION MILLING TO BEGIN AUGUST 2nd
The "Daytime" Milling of the road operation at (Jackson Ave./Rte9A) intersection will begin on 8/2/11.  Additionally, the debris on Ravensdale Road will be removed tomorrow. 
Thank You,
Marco A. Maiorano, P.E. 
Resident Engineer
STV Incorporated 
 
- Dobbs Ferry Farmers Market
- Cinderella (Youth Theater)
- Free Friday Nights at HRM
- Jazz & Blues at Dusk: Yerbabuena
- Monuments, Memories and Historical Happenings
- "Barnum on Stage" presented by Broadway Training Center
- Hastings Outdoor Farmers Market
- Fish Tales: Children Discover Nature through Books & Beczak’s Backyard “Would You Rather Be a Pollywog?”
- "Captain Blood"
- "Catch of the Day Seining”
- Live Butterfly Exhibit
- Frogs: A Chorus of Colors
- Greeting from Anywhere Summer Hoedown
- Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra Outdoor Concerts: Musical Journeys
- "Wild Strawberries" Summer Nights with Ingmar Bergman
- Suburbia Roller Derby: Botoxic Avengers versus Indian Point Sirens
- Beacon Flea Market
- Feeding Fun
- Discover Comets! Make a Comet Nucleus!
- "Manon" (Liceu) performed at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain
- Gilbert Gottfried


Weekly Farmers Markets: 2011 
Dobbs Ferry: Friday
Hastings: Saturday
Tarrytown: Saturday
Irvington: Wednesday
Hartsdale: Saturday

12th Annual Dobbs Ferry Summer Music Series 
Wednesdays from 6:30 - 8pm | 
Dobbs Ferry Waterfront. Presented by Jazz Forum Arts. 
Rain Location: Embassy Community Center, 60 Palisade Street, Dobbs Ferry. 
INFO: 914-631-1000
August 3: Carrie Jackson & Her Trio
August 10: Jo Lawry Group 
August 17: John Hart Organ Quartet 

Upcoming. . . . .
Sunset Jazz at Lyndhurst Summer Series 
Grounds Open at 5pm, Music Starts at 6:30pm
West Lawn, Lyndhurst
Presented by Lyndhurst and Jazz Forum Arts. The concerts are Free and open to the public. Nominal $10 per car parking fee.  Walk to the music and get in for free. The property is accessible via the Old Croton Aqueduct and the Hudson RiverWalk trail. Concerts will be held on the West Lawn overlooking the Hudson. In the event of rain, concert will be under the tent in the Carriage House Courtyard. Bring a blanket or low-profile lawn chairs. Enjoy your own picnic or purchase one on site.  
August 4 - Ray Mantilla Latin Jazz Group
August 11 - Louis Hayes Quartet
August 18 - Samba New York!
August 25 - Forever Ray: Ray Charles Tribute Group

Sunday, August 7 begins @ 1pm
Dobbs Ferry's 6th Annual Road to Freedom Walk download flyer 
Gould Park, Dobbs
Event is free and open to the public. Download flyer for more information. Initiative by The Dobbs Ferry Historical Society and the Village of Dobbs Ferry.

Sunday, August 7 from noon - 6pm
River Day @ Van Cortlandt Manor, 525 South Riverside Avenue, Croton-on-Hudson
Take a boat ride and celebrate our relationship to the river in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The Hudson River Ramblers will perform “Once Upon the Hudson,” a musical tour of more than 400 years of river heritage.

Wednesday, August 10 begins @ 6:30pm – arrive early for picnicking 
Shades of Jazz | The Sculpture Garden at the Katonah Museum of Art 
A solo performance with percussionist Billy Martin. Legendary guitarist John Scofield has tapped three of today’s brightest talents in the bebop and free jazz music communities to join him in celebrating the sixth year of the Katonah Museum of Art’s summer concert series, Shades of Jazz.
OTHER WEBSITES OF INTEREST--
WWW.THEHUDSONINDEPENDENT.COM (serving Tarrytown, Irvington)
RIVERTOWNSPATCH.COM...SCARSDALEPATCH.COM...TARRYTOWNPATCH.COM
WWW.SCARSDALE10583..COMWWW.LOHUD.COM...THE SCARSDALE INQUIRER AND ENTERPRISE ALSO HAVE WEBSITES.
Paul Feiner
 

 



Print this page Print this page Print this page Email this page Email this page




Contact Information | Home | Town Supervisor | Town Council | Town Clerk's Office | Tax Department | Departments | Documents & Forms | Town Code | GIS Maps, Tax and Assessment Information | Agendas & Minutes | Watch Live Board Meetings | Public Access TV On Demand | Links | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) | Employment Opportunities | Town Updates by E-Mail | Pay Parking Tickets Online | Tax Payment | Map to Town Hall
Use Mobile Site

Copyright © 2013 Town of Greenburgh, NY. All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Cit-e-Net