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CON ED & TREE CUTTING MEETING TOMORROW...WORK SESSION TUESDAY..NEW BUSINESS..FUN ACTIVITIES
Release Date: January 08, 2010

 
 
 TOMORROW…SATURDAY—MEETING AT GREENBURGH TOWN HALL AT 2 PM---State Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins, members of the Town Board and representatives of the NYS Public Service Commission  will meet tomorrow at 2 PM to discuss the recent Con Ed Clear cutting of trees near transmission lines (Ridge, Sprain, Old Farm Roads, Underhill were impacted). We will then conduct a site inspection of some of the properties. Did Con Ed cut trees down that were not close to the transmission lines/wires? Can we get the PSC to require utility companies that clear cut trees to provide neighborhoods with new plantings? Should state/federal laws be amended to provide local governments with more oversight abilities?
Paul Feiner
 
Town of Greenburgh
Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board
Tuesday – January 12, 2010 – 9:15AM
 
(Please note that, although the Work Session Agenda is shared with the public prior to each Work Session, the Agenda may be revised at any point up to the start of the meeting as well as during the meeting, if necessary.)
(All Work Sessions are Televised Live on Cablevision Channel 76, Verizon 35 and are streamed live.   Work Sessions and Town Board Meetings will be aired each Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 7:02am and 4:45pm.  Each segment will run for approximately 6 to 7 hours,
depending upon the length of the two meetings.)
 
09:15 AM         Veteran Park (pool) Facility –We anticipate spending between 4 -8 million dollars on replacing the pool at Anthony Veteran Town Park within the next five or six years. The reason: The pool is aging (1979)—any improvement to the facility must meet updated sanitary code. Because of this expense – some people are suggesting that the town reopen the discussion of pool membership. Should village residents have the ability to use the pool if they pay their fair share and contribute to all upcoming capital costs? If a change is made should a mandatory referendum be held? Unincorporated Greenburgh residents would have the ability to vote on allowing non unincorporated Greenburgh residents into the pool.   Another option: Mayor Leon of Ardsley will appear at this meeting—with another proposal. Question: Would the NYS Legislature have to amend the Finneran Law if the town wishes to open up our pool facilities? What amendments should we advocate?
 
 
09:45 AM         Letter to Employees Seeking Cost Savings Suggestions
10:00 AM         Traffic Safety Mitigation – Ridge Hill 
10:15 AM         Executive Session – Legal
10:45 AM         2010 Objectives / 2011 Initiatives
11:00 AM         Executive Session – Boards and Commissions, Personnel/Legal
11:45 AM         Executive Session – Boards and Commissions – Interview  
 
ANOTHER NEW BUSINESS…
a change of occupancy application to take the vacant space next to the proposed Autozone at 420 Tarrytown Road
 
The name of the new company is RACK & GO
Website:  www.RACKANDGO.COM
 
They specialize in car racks/turtle covers as well as other automotive accessories.
 
 

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This Weekend
- Exhibition Opening  Charles A. Platt and Kirsten Kucer
- New Star Show "Beyond the Dome: 2009 Roundup"
- Levon Helm performs in Tarrytown
- Hastings Winter Farmers Market: Indoors
- Good Night Moon Puppet Theater
- Dinosaurs!
- A Toast to Solutions: Solar Punch CD release party & Solar Symposium at Toast
- Opening Exhibit: Banish Modern Slavery!
- The Beast with 1000 Eyes -- Winter blahs?
- Opening Reception: Second Annual Blue Door Gallery Artist Association Members Juried Exhibition
- Alycea Performing
- Gillen and Turk Performing
-
NYC DJ, Dr Don from In Concert Audio, spinning 70's 80's music
- Renewed Conviction Performing
- 2nd Annual Zumba-Thon Fund Raiser for SPCA of Westchester
- Jazz Brunch with Jazz Soloist Bill Galanin
- Final Days: Holiday Train Show with  Gingerbread Adventures
- Matt Turk Performing
- RiverArts presents “A Jazz Conversation, Collaboration and Performance in Progress“
- Open Mike Night
- "Susanna" along with Hudson Valley Singers accompanied by New York Metamorphoses Orchestra
Details & Links can all be found here http://www.rivertownsguide.com


 
JCC on the Hudson: Spring Class Registration
Community registration begins Friday, January 8. Check The Daily Feed for link to classes, programs and activities.
  
Upcoming Films at Irvington Town HallTheater
-- "Don Giovanni by Mozart”: Sunday, January 24 @ 1pm
-- “CoCo before Chanel”: Wednesday, January 27 @ 8pm
-- “The Damned United”: Wednesday, February 10 @ 8pm
-- “Romeo and Juliette” by Gounod: Saturday, February 14 @ 1pm
-- “Carmen” by Bizet: Sunday, February 21 @ 1pm
http://thehudsonindependent.com/--ALSO HAS GREAT INFORMATION ABOUT EVENTS AND NEWS. They focus on the River Villages (Tarrytown, Irvington).
 
 
 

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