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PUBLIC HEARING ON CAMPAIGN SIGNS..SNN MEETING FOR STUDENTS MONDAY 4:15 pm
Release Date: February 07, 2011

 
SHOULD CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC OFFICE BE REQUIRED TO REMOVE CAMPAIGN SIGNS AFTER THE ELECTIONS ARE OVER --AND LOSE A DEPOSIT IF THEY DON'T
 PUBLIC HEARING FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2011, AT 8:30 PM, TO CONSIDER A LOCAL LAW  TO PERMIT THE TOWN BOARD TO REGULATE THE POSTING OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGN SIGNS WITHIN THE TOWN BY REQUIRING THE IMPOSITION OF A REFUNDABLE FEE FOR SUCH SIGNS UPON A CANDIDATE, POLITICAL COMMITTEE OR POLITICAL PARTY, REFUNDABLE ONLY IF SIGNS HAVE BEEN TIMELY REMOVED AFTER THE PRIMARY OR ELECTION FOR WHICH THE SIGNS HAVE BEEN POSTED .
INTERVIEW WITH DR. ZUCKERBERG POSTED ON SNNEWS.
On Friday, February 4th I hosted my weekly radio interview on WVOX radio (1460 AM). My guest was Dr. Edward Zuckerberg, father of TIME Magazine Person of the Year Mark Zuckerberg. The Associated Press wrote a story about the interview which can be heard in its entirety on SNNews:Listen to the interview on SNNews:  http://bit.ly/hOuqbH .  Over 270 news outlets from around the world published the AP story summarizing the interview. 
 
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH FOLLOW UP MEETING WITH TOWN BOARD, PLANNING BOARD, ZONING BOARD AND BUSINESS LEADERS---WHAT ACTIONS CAN THE TOWN TAKE TO HELP TURN VACANT STORE FRONTS ON CENTRAL AVE INTO NEW BUSINESSES. Meeting begins at 7:30 PM--Greenburgh Town Hall. We need to promote and encourage a vibrant & healthy business community.
PAUL FEINER
STUDENT NEWS NETWORK MEETING MONDAY, FEB 6 AT 4:15 pm to 5:15 PM a few weeks ago I announced plans to start a new program in town--student news network. Students will have the opportunity to report the news, anchor and produce TV news shows and express their views on issues that interest them. We have had a number of meetings with students since I first started SNN.  We have about 50 students working on the project and hope to air our first show in five or six weeks. Alan Brody of iBreakfast.com and Mo Krochmal, a former NY Times reporter who deeveloped the first social TV model as a Hofstra University Journalism professor, are donating their time to the start up of SNN. Town Clerk Judith Beville is also involved in the program.  If you are a student and want to get involved, please e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com.i
 
On Monday (Feb 7) SNN will meet at 4:15 to 5:15 PM at Greenburgh Town Hall. We are asking students to be ready with story ideas. Tell us what you need to know about--writing, video shooting, editing, radio/podcasting, interviewing. We will form training groups.

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