Tuesday, November 14, 2006


On Tuesday, November 28 from 3- 7 PM the county is sponsoring a Safe Teen Driving Education Fair. The fair will be held at the Westchester Marriott, Tarrytown. This is an open house highlighting prevention programs and resources that schools and communities can use to help educate teens and their parents about safe driving. Featuring Driving simulator, Multi Media Presentation, SADD, MADD, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and more. Car crashes are the number one cause of death for 16-21 year olds in the United States. This fair is designed to prevent and reduce these tragedies in our communities. For more info call 995-4115.


Anonymous said...

This spring the Town Board approved a resolution directing the Supervisor to come up with a sidewalk policy to promote pedestrian safety. THe Supervisor came up with a proposed policy. It wasn't perfect but at least he tried. How come the Town Board has let the issue drop?

Anonymous said...

Didn't the Town Board want a sidewalk policy? I'm surprised no action has been taken.

Anonymous said...

There are leaves on the streets. There are leaves on the sidewalks. I can't believe that the members of the Town Council hasn't taken any action on Supervisor Feiner's proposed sidwalk policy. I don't care if they vote his policy down or up. Just do something! Don't just criticize Feiner. Show some leadership.