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Comprehensive plan hearing postponed to June 22 ...video interviews by student interns
Release Date: June 07, 2016
the Greenburgh Town Board, at the urging of some residents of the community, decided to reschedule the public hearing on the comprehensive plan to June 22nd at 7:30 PM. Some community members asked for more time to review the plan and the Board agreed with the recommendation. As a result—no public hearing tomorrow evening on the draft comprehensive plan.
How has the construction of the Ashford Ave bridge impacted local merchants? Traffic congestion is hurting local Ardsley merchants. Our student interns spent some time during the spring semester meeting some local merchants and residents –reviewing how over congestion and bridge work impacts local merchantsin downtown Ardsley and across the bridge in Dobbs Ferry. During the summer student interns will be working on a campaign to encourage residents to shop locally and to help the merchants out… This is their report:
The fixed link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkoRq-wLotc
Interns—who some of our spring interns are:
Intern Bios who worked on the bridge video spring 2016
I am a second year student at Indiana University-Bloomington studying political science with a minor in business. I am interested in possibly having a career in government in the future and am hoping that this internship will give good insight into a possible career path.
I am a senior at Ardsley High School and am going to Binghamton University this fall. I am interested in going into business and having a career in trade. I hope that this internship will show me how business and politics affect each other, and get a good look at how local government functions.
I am a senior at Ardsley High School and will start school at the University of Delaware this upcoming fall. I will be majoring in engineering at Delaware and plan on starting a career in the field in the future. I hope this internship will give me some insight as to how to approach issues in the future.
I am currently a senior at Hastings High School and will start school at SUNY Albany this fall with an intended major of public policy. After I complete my bachelor’s degree, I intend to get a master’s degree so that I may be properly equipped to enter into the competitive workforce. I am very interested in having a career in politics and government and hope that this internship can teach me about the fundamentals of basic local policy and politics.
I am currently a senior at Dobbs Ferry High School and will be attending Fordham University in the fall of the upcoming year with a major in economics with a focus on International Political Economy and a minor in mathematics. I thoroughly enjoy politics and intend on being the President of the United States. In the meantime I hope to either be a Stockbroker or a Constitutional Lawyer.
I am currently a senior at Hastings High School and intend on going to college at SUNY Alfred. I am undecided about what I want to pursue in college. However, I have dedicated this entire year to experimenting my various interests. My top interests are Political Sciences, Business, Acting and Computer Programming; all of which I have done to some degree by now.
I am currently a senior at Dobbs Ferry High School and I shall be attending Iona College. I am interested in pre-law or business or economics for my major. I am also thinking of studying political science during my time in college. I am really good with computers and I am really optimistic and open-minded.
Hakim El Kahlaoui is a student at Westchester Community College majoring in computer science. He is originally from Morocco and has lived in the United States for 16 years. I teach one class in government at the Community College as an Adjunct Professor. He was a student in my class and during the semester he started working on an initiative to persuade NYS and the county to place lights on the Bronx River Parkway, Hutchinson River Parkway and Saw Mill River Parkway.