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    Paul J. Feiner (D, WF) Greenburgh Town Supervisor

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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
Looking for ways to make Greenburgh a better place. AAA bond rating (highest possible). Kept taxes below tax cap. Enlist volunteers to help monitor government spending and to help improve efficiencies.. Job club has helped more than 350 people find employment. Building new sidewalks. Significant infrastructure investments Looking for more shared service opportunities.Attract businesses to town: Regeneron expanding building. We're biotech center of county Tesla coming to town. Call me 478-1219
The town working with county to convert the abandoned WestHELP homeless housing to affordable housing. We have turned foreclosed properties into affordable housing. New affordable housing in Ardsley recently built! . During my tenure as Town Supervisor we have turned over other foreclosed land to affordable housing developers in villages. WESTHAB built affordable housing in Fulton Park. Working with Greenburgh Housing Authority to build more senior housing on Manhattan Ave logo


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