Op-Ed: Many People are not Taking Coronavirus Seriously…

KIDS STILL USING FIELDS Although many residents are staying at home, there are still a lot of people (including students) who aren’t taking the coronavirus crisis seriously enough. I received some complaints... Read more »

Op-Ed: NYS Needs to Address Panic Supermarket Buying

If we are shutting down almost everything to discourage human contact why are crowded supermarkets OK?   A sneeze in a supermarket is just as bad as a sneeze on Broadway In... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Coronavirus Fears and Government Employees

The recent fears that many residents have about the coronavirus highlight the need for lawmakers to set an example when we have colds, the flu or any virus. We should not infect... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Tarrytown School District Should Name Section of School in Honor of Nobel Prize Winner and Teacher

Recently,  I had the opportunity to interview on my WVOX radio program  Tarrytown resident Kay Semenza, mother of Dr. Gregg Semenza. Dr Semenza  won the Nobel Prize last year. Dr. Semenza credited... Read more »

Letter to the Editor – From Paul Feiner, Greenburgh Town Supervisor

The River Journal does not endorse any candidate or party, nor does it take an official side on issues within the community or the country as a whole, but does encourage an... Read more »
Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

Greenburgh Town Surpervisor Lays Out Year’s Accomplishments

2018 is now history. Very pleased that so much was accomplished. Here are  just some of the highlights. 1) Town complies with the tax cap. Our tax increases have never exceeded the... Read more »
Paul Feiner Greenburgh Accomplishments

Greenburgh School District Referendum on $114.6 Million Bond Vote Scheduled

The  Greenburgh Central School District’s Board of Education has scheduled a referendum for February 12, 2019 to consolidate the Greenburgh schools into one campus. The referendum would cost taxpayers $114.6 million dollars,... Read more »

Solar Farm for East Irvington Under Discussion

The Greenburgh Town Board met with a company that would like to build a solar farm in the East Irvington section of Greenburgh on Tuesday, December 4. CVE group is an international producer... Read more »
Paul Feiner Greenburgh Accomplishments

Reasons to be Thankful – Greenburgh Style

The following was posted on Thanksgiving Day by Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner. We think it’s worth a read. Happy Thanksgiving!  Every year I post reasons why Greenburgh  should be thankful. The... Read more »

Greenburgh To Phase In Impacts Of Reassessment

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law the legislation that Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, Assemblywoman Sandra Galef and Senator Andrea Stewart Cousins worked so hard on – authorizing the Town of Greenburgh to phase... Read more »