1. summer feeding program for students...a Woodlands HS inspiration story

    the Greenburgh summer feeding program: M-F till Aug 28 from 9-11 AM at Bailey & Highview Schools for those under 18. A Woodlands HS alum success story: Anahaita Kotval graduated from Woodlands. Got her JD @ Harvard Law. Now heads Lifting up Westchester. Read on...
  2. AN EXAMPLE OF ONE TOWN EMPLOYEES ACTS OF KINDNESS...

    Earlier today a resident shared a photo of Kevin Blanding General Foreman in charge of the sanitation department with me. Read on...
  1. Police Chief Ryan to retire...former Chief McNerney to be reappointed as Chief

    Greenburgh Police Chief Brian Ryan has advised the Town Board of his desire to retire at the end of September. the Town Board, surprised and disappointed by his announcement, will reappoint Chris McNerney as Police Chief at the Town Board meeting on Wed. Read on...
  2. new hydrant rental water fee also being paid for by non profits

    The Town Board at the request of the Fire districts now does not charge the fire districts a hydrant rental fee, which will save taxpayers fire district taxes. The hydrant fee is now being added to water bills. Non profits now have to contribute. Read on...
  1. A.F. Veteran Park pool will open for the season on Monday, July 6

    Please note the rules, guidelines and information points. Read on...
  2. Link to obtaining a Westchester County park pass

    https://parks.westchestergov.com/2015-02-06-20-26-30/ In addition to Greenburgh parks/pool Westchester County has a fantastic parks and recreation program. The above link could be useful to those who wish to purchase the pass. Read on...
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