Friday, June 19, 2009


Town of Greenburgh

Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board

Tuesday – June 23, 2009 – 2:00PM

(All Work Sessions are Televised Live on Cablevision Channel 76, Verizon 35 and are streamed live. Work Sessions and Town Board Meetings will be aired each Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 7:02am and 4:45pm. Each segment will run for approximately 6 to 7 hours, depending upon the length of the two meetings.)

2:00p.m. Agenda Review

2:15p.m. Scheduling Department Meetings – 2010 Budget

2:30p.m. Invitation to Neighboring Communities to Enter into Inter-Municipal

Agreement of Voting Representation on Planning Boards

2:45p.m. Preparation for Discussion on Metz Reservoir

4:00p.m. Executive Session – Interviews – Boards and Commissions

Citizens Budget Committee – Luis Polit (see 6/16/09 email)

4:30p.m. Executive Session – Legal/Personnel

LOTS OF FUN THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND-- check for information about the Hastings on Hudson Farmer's market (Saturday 8:30 to 2 PM--with music) to shopping fundraiser (they help needy families)...the E Hartsdale Ave farmer's market and music (9-2)...Ossining Bark in the park for dog lovers...Clearwater Hudson River revival (Saturday and Sunday)...jazz at Tarrytown Music Hall, Hastings Spring Thing this Sunday.




Anonymous said...

PORT CHESTER - Former elected officials from the village who served 10 or more years will no longer be receiving lifetime health benefits.The village board has eliminated health insurance for eight former trustees, a move that will save the village $70,000 a year and up to $1.8 million in future payments, the board said.

Anonymous said...


TY 1 – 6/24/09 Resolution authorizing the Town Board to extend the contract with White Plains Bus Company for Transportation Services for the Department of Community Resources, Theodore D. Young Community Center Summer Day Camp and Other Summer Programs June 29 – August 21, 2009

Anonymous said...

The board already screwed all the residents within that area they should all ask for their taxes to be lowered.
You all made the mistake and now you are looking to find excuses as to why this monster was built..

Anonymous said...

nothing will change in this town you are all a bunch of goof offs.

you have all lost your minds.

Anonymous said...

Was the contract put out for bids? Did Ardsley bus have a chance to bid?

Anonymous said...

Could it be possible that the residents of Sprain Valley Rd. have not complained about the trailer parked on the roadway for almost a week.
When was this roadway changed from residential to commercial?
All the residents on this roadway should demand a reduction in taxes if a change was made without their knowledge.

Anonymous said...

Was there talk at the last work session about a 3% tax increase just to make up for a shortfall in mortgage tax received? I believe ex-comptroller Kollesar warned the Town last year that they were overestimating the mortgage tax, not to mention sales tax revenue. Another snafu for the Town!

Anonymous said...

It's Monday night -- less than 72 hours before the public hearing on the Cablevision contract -- and still the Town hasn't posted a copy for the public to read. How could anyone be expected read the contract and offer intelligent comments when the Town keeps the contract a state secret until the very last minute. Guess that's the point. So much for open government.

Anonymous said...

There was no work session posted on the Town's web-site yesterday - was there a work session?