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Greenburgh Supervisor

Term: 2 years Salary: $156,363

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    Lucas J. Cioffi

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    Paul J. Feiner
    (Dem, WF)

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City/Town of Residence Greenburgh
Current Political Office Private citizen
Education US Military Academy at West Point
Prior Civic Service US Army Ranger, Iraq War Veteran, Open Government Advocate working with the federal government from 2009-2011.
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Campaign Phone (917) 528-1831
Twitter @LucasCioffi
Our approach is completely different. There will be no more back room deals with developers. In the federal court case called Fortress Bible Church v. Paul Feiner, a federal court found that "The Town attempted to extort from the Church a payment in lieu of taxes, it ignored and then replaced its Planning Commissioner, when he advocated on the Church’s behalf, and Town staff intentionally destroyed relevant evidence." We are still paying off the $6.5 million settlement through 2024.
The "scatter site" model here in Greenburgh is one that we should expand, and this expansion should be done in partnership with local communities. Additionally many of our neighbors who live in affordable housing here in Greenburgh believe that they have little voice when it comes to their quality of life. We need 10-year term limits for all commissioners of the Greenburgh Housing Authority to ensure that they remain responsive to residents.
City/Town of Residence Greenburgh, NY
Current Political Office Greenburgh Town Supervisor
Education St. John's University School of Law JD Fordham University BA Urban Studies Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude
Prior Civic Service Westchester County Legislator; Adjunct Professor of Local government-Westchester Community College; , one of six national recipients: Common Cause Public Service Achievement Award; chair- Task Force for Bikeways Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary; organized first commuter bus service from Westchester-NYC; Chair, Have a Heart for the Homeless Committee; host weekly radio program: WVOX (1460 AM); chair, Young Professional division UJA-Federation (Westchester), Democratic nominee US Congress (1998, 2000)
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Campaign Phone (914) 478-1219
Twitter @paulfeiner
AAA bond rating (highest possible). Kept taxes below tax cap. Making government more efficient. Building new sidewalks (six miles of new sidewalks funded). Working to restore historic Odell House which played a major role in Revolutionary War. Addressing water infrastructure -connecting Knollwood to Rumbrook pump station. Planning to revitalize 4 corners in Hartsdale - stormwater and traffic issues to be addressed.. Planning to offer curbside pickup food scrap recycling. Cricket part of parks!
The abandoned WESTHELP facility being converted to senior affordable housing.Turned foreclosed properties into affordable housing around town. New affordable housing in Ardsley. WESTHAB built affordable housing. Town Board recently approved resolution to allow Greenburgh Housing Authority to build more senior housing on Manhattan Ave Formed committee to lobby for affordable assisted living for frail elderly. Assisted living facilities tin Greenburgh to offer discounted rates for residents