Letter to the Editor: Pot (Hole) Luck

Many of the roads owned by NYS have lots of potholes on them and are in bad shape. Motorists frequently experience car and tire damage when driving over a pothole. […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Greenburgh Offers Safety Reflectors

Every night when I drive home I see pedestrians in dark clothing walking.  It’s difficult to see them from a car if it is dark outside and the pedestrian is […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Free Bus Service Year Round

Westchester County Executive George Latimer deserves to be praised for offering residents free bus transportation during the upcoming holiday season and for providing Westchester commuters with free bus service during […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to the Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps

It’s unusual for an elected official to sing the praises of a non profit organization that is made up of volunteers who don’t live in their town. But sometimes a […] Read more »

Greenburgh Landscape & Snow Angels Ready to Help Seniors

I’m happy to introduce our new volunteers – both exemplary high school students – to head up this year’s Landscaping Angels and Snow Angels programs to help seniors on a […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Watch Greenburgh 9-11 Survivor Videos

Interviews With Greenburgh 9-11 Survivors to Air on Public Access TV Sept 9-12 It’s been 21 years since 9-11. High School and most college students were not alive during the horrific September 11th attacks […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: August Primaries a Travesty

New York officials should never again schedule an August Congressional primary. The August 23rd primary date is a travesty –a form of voter suppression. Many voters are on vacation. Other […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: in Support of Early Voting

Early voting has started in the Congressional primary contests. Voter turnout is expected to be very light.   NYS and Westchester County could do more to encourage more voter participation in […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Name Pedestrian Walkway on Mario Cuomo Bridge for Pete Seeger

Last week the United States Postal Service issued a new stamp honoring Pete Seeger, the folk singer whose greatest achievement was working to save the Hudson River. Pete Seeger was […] Read more »

Letter to the Editor: A Thanks to Congressman Jones

To the Editor: I was disappointed to learn that Congressman Mondaire Jones will no longer represent Greenburgh in the United States Congress. Thanks to redistricting, the Congressman has decided to […] Read more »