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MEETING WITH FEDS TODAY RE: FLOODING...BOOK SALE THIS WEEKEND AT LIBRARY
Release Date: May 10, 2011

MASSIVE BOOK CLEARANCE SALE BY FRIENDS OF GREENBURGH LIBRARY BOOK STORE ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE LIBRARY.
 The Friends of the Greenburgh Library is holding a massive book clearance sale May 13 and May 14, Friday and Saturday (this weekend), from 10 am - 5pm at the new Friends of the Greenburgh Library Book Store, on the first floor of the Greenburgh Libary.  We are offering ridiculous discounts to "move" our new and almost-new high quality hardcover and paperback books to clear the decks before we start collecting book donations for the yearly September book sale.  
Huge Book Sale
     Massive Clearance
               Great Discounts
When:  Friday, May 13 to Saturday May 14
10 am–5 pm. Two days only.
Where: The Greenburgh Library, 1st Floor, in the Friends of the Greenburgh Library Bookstore,
300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford, NY
Special Offer: Buy a Book Bag and Fill it to the Brim with Books!
WHAT:
·     More than 3,000 books, CDs, DVDs and videos
·     Hardcover, softcover, fiction, non-fiction, children’s books
·     New and almost-new donated books
All Proceeds to Benefit the Library
Presented by the Friends of the Greenburgh Library
FLOOD MEETING WITH OUR CONGRESSWOMAN AND ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS, DEC
Elmsford Mayor Robert Williams, Greenburgh Public Works Commissioner Victor Carosi, Town Engineer Mike Lepre and I attended a very constructive meeting sponsored by Congresswoman Nita Lowey on Monday afternoon. Representatives of the US Army Corp of Engineers and NYS DEC met with local officials and discussed initiatives that could be taken to address the flooding problems around the county. Specifically, we  asked the federal and state officials if we could initiate smaller, less expensive action steps to reduce flooding on the Saw Mill River. Since the 1960s the US Army Corp has been studying the Saw Mill River. We're sick of the studies and want to take some action-- that could at least help reduce flooding. Everytime there is a big storm 9A in Elmsford looks like a lake-- businesses and some homes have suffered significant damages  AFTER each strom.
PAUL FEINER


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