Wednesday, March 02, 2011


The Greenburgh Town Board will devote the first hour of the Wednesday evening, March 23rd meeting to discussing the state of real estate in Greenburgh. If you are a realtor we invite you to attend the meeting to discuss home sales/commercial sales in different sections of the town. The meeting starts at 7:30 PM and will be aired on public access TV. How is the town doing? Are sales up, down? Comparing this year to previous years, are properties selling for more or less? What are we, as a town doing—right and wrong? Why do people move to the town? How important are the services? If services are cut due to the budget – will that impact home sales? Are we doing what we should be doing to attract commercial businesses?
If you would like to be placed on the agenda of the March 23rd meeting – please e mail me at

FRANK’S NURSERY UPDATE—if you see town staff at the nursery property, we will be boarding up the building (which we acquired due to foreclosure). The Commissioner of Planning, Thomas Madden will present the town with a suggested plan of action—next steps—at our Tuesday, March 22nd work session beginning at 9:30 AM. There is a tremendous amount of interest in the property –we are considering some revenue generating possibilities that could help the town in the coming months.

This promises to be a wonderful event for suburban gardeners (and wanna be suburban gardeners!) i It is organized by South Church in Dobbs Ferry and the info is all found on
Westchester County Legislator Mary Jane Shimsky will hold a ceremonial swearing in ceremony at the Greenburgh Town Board meeting –Wednesday, March 9th at 7:30 PM. We welcome our new Legislator and am excited to have the opportunity to work with her on issues of importance to our community.