Friday, August 28, 2009


- Farmers Markets: Dobbs Ferry, Hastings, Tarrytown, E. Hartsdale---MUSIC AT HARTSDALE FARMER'S MARKET BEGINNING AT 10 Blues Mothers. Noon: Ceasar Cantori
- The Dutchess County Fair, Dutchess Fairgrounds
- RUBBISH! Art and The Ecosystem at the Arts Exchange
- End of Summer Celebration, Dobbs Ferry Library
- "Treeless Mountain" with visiting Filmmakers Event at The Paramount Center
- FINAL NIGHT: Pierson Park Jazz Series
- Free Entertainment in Dobbs Ferry and Ardsley
- Mutual Strangers: Henry Hudson & the River that Discovered Him, Beczak
- New York Renaissance Faire
- Native American Myths & Legends @ Blue Door Gallery
- Sleepy Hollow Cemetery: Afternoon Guided Tours
- Feeding Fun at Greenburgh Nature Center
- Moonviewing Picnic and Concert at Hammond Museum, North Salem
- Suburbia Roller Derby: Suburban Brawl vs. LIRR
- Fairy Walk at Muscoot Farm
- Pop Bottle Planters, The Science Barge,
- Open House at Greenburgh Nature Center
Go to for more information on these and many more events this weekend. DON’T FORGET! – September 11, 12, & 13..……….
- Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst - September 11, 12 & 13
- Lights on Irvington: A Vintage Village Weekend Celebration 1909 - 2009 - September 11, 12 & 13
- The 3rd Annual “Take Me to the River” GrassRoots Music Festival, Hastings – September 12
- Dobbs Ferry Festa – Saturday, 9/12
- Eco-Fair, Tarrytown – Saturday, 9/12
- The Hudson River Swim for Life, Nyack to Sleepy Hollow - Sunday, 9/13
- Street Fair and Second Sunday in Sleepy Hollow – Sunday, 9/13
- Greenburgh Dog Swim Sunday, 9/13 AF Veteran park
Visit for all of the details on these and many other events in the coming weeks.

Town of Greenburgh

Work Session Agenda of the Greenburgh Town Board

Tuesday – September 1, 2009 – 2:00P.M

(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.)

02:00 P.M.: Executive Session

03:00 P.M.: FOIL Appeal

03:30 P.M.: Appointment of Representative to Greenburgh Environmental Forum

03:35 P.M.: Appointment of Affirmative Action Officers

03:45 P.M.: Chief Kapica

04:00 P.M.: Module

04:25 P.M.: Logs on Sprain Brook Parkway--off of Dobbs Ferry Road. It's an eyesore. Town should press state to remove logs

04:30 P.M.: 9/11 Wall discussion--tiles are coming up. Restoration options. Private funding to be secured.

4:40 PM Proposed new supermarket: Central Ave

04:45 P.M.: DPW Fees

05:00 P.M.: 2010 Budget Discussion

Town Board will reconvene at 7:00 P.M. at Dobbs Ferry Village Hall to discuss the sale of foreclosed property that the town owns located on Main Street in Dobbs Ferry.

Upcoming Town Board Community Outreach Meetings / House Calls

· September 21, 2009 – 7:30 PM – Westchester Meadows, 55 Grasslands Road, Valhalla

Have Nothing to Do On September 5th?

Come Enjoy the

“Way Back When” Sidewalk Sale

When: September 5th, 2009

Where: The Hartsdale Village

Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

What: GREAT Sales, Free Food Tasting, the Farmers Market, Face Painting, Clowns, a Magician for all ages, and much, much more!

Make Sure to Check out the Free Music of the Farmers Market Featuring Acoustic River Run at 10am and Vinny Piazza at 12pm in Desanti Plaza at the East Hartsdale Train Station

Rain or Shine.

Please Contact the Town Clerk’s Office at

914-993-1659 for more information


feiner needs to update blogsite/emails said...

Paul Which supermarket chain and where on Central Avenue? I Also heard Starbucks Backed out of gseteria sight is this True? What is going on at JAde Garden?

Will the parking meters be suspended for the sidewalk sale on East Hartsdale Avenue Saturday Sept. 5 or will the meter reader be able to make his quota easily

Anonymous said...

Paul, can you explain to the public why the Library is still leaking very bad inside the entrance and why is there not at least an American Flag flying at this public building. Please explain your answer like your talking to a fourth grader, so that we may understand your response.

Anonymous said...

Paul,Can you tell me
What is a Affirmative Action Officer ? Thanks

Anonymous said...

I hope the contractor does dot get paid if the library is leaking!

Anonymous said...

Al Regula said that everything was all completed.
He took away garbage pick ups to save money.
Paul how much money was saved when you still have the same amount or maybe a few more still on the road.

You and Al Regula were on the same wave length to punish the residents because we had our eyes on the construction of the library that was over priced with poor workmanship.

Instead of naming a month after Regula you should have put up a sign at the library which should read :
This is another one of Regulas' failures the first being the town garage and God only knows how many more.

Anonymous said...

Paul, where are you getting the monies to pay for the increased pension costs? Also I'm sure medical rates are going to rise next January, along with giving your crybaby police a raise. Are you hiring to fill in the retirement people that have left this year?