GREENBURGH NEEDS VOLUNTEERS WHO WILL LET COMMUTERS WHO NORMALLY TAKE HUDSON LINE TO NYC BUT WHO WANT TO TAKE HARLEM LINE TRAINS PARK IN THEIR DRIVEWAYS IF THEY LIVE WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF SCARSDALE, HARTSDALE, WHITE PLAINS OR NORTH WHITE PLAINS TRAIN STATIONS
Greenburgh is known for our angels. When it snows volunteer snow angels pitch in and help shovel driveways of seniors and the disabled. After last years hurricane we matched those who had no power with those who have power---freezing residents were housed at comfortable homes within the town. Can’t get rid of your TV? Contact our TV angels. They will remove the TV from senior citizen homes and drop it off at the highway garage.
Residents of the villages within Greenburgh take the Hudson line to work. The recent Bronx Metro North train tragedy over the weekend will inconvenience Hudson line commuters who have limited train service to NYC. Many would love to take the train from Scarsdale, Hartsdale, White Plains or North White Plains to NYC. The problem: Lack of parking.
One of our former house angels came up with a great idea: she offered 4 parking spaces at her home until the Hudson line is back in service. She requested that her name not be released publicly. There may be others who would like to help our neighbors who reside in the river villages. If you live within walking distance of the Hartsdale, Scarsdale, White Plains or N White Plains train station and would be willing to donate some parking spaces at your home to commuters who want to take the Harlem line to work, please advise by e mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you live in the villages and want to take advantage of the program, I will try to match you up with a volunteer parking angel.
This is what community is about---neighbors helping neighbors.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor