Yorktown Politicians To Meet With Kids At Greenburgh Library

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The Greenburgh Public Library will host a Town Hall meeting with several politicians to learn about the concerns of Westchester's youth. Photo Credit: www.greenburghlibrary.org

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Politicians from all over Westchester County will hold a Town Hall meeting at the Greenburgh Public Library on Friday, Feb. 28, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. to learn about the needs and concerns of children in Westchester. 

Participating politicians include: State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins; State Assembly Members Thomas Abinanti, Sandra Galef, Shelly Mayer, Steve Otis and Amy Paulin; Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett; and Westchester County Board of Legislators Catherina Borgia, Benjamin Boykin, Michael Kaplowitz, Catherine Parker, MaryJane Shimsky, Michael Smith and Alfreda Williams.

Eight children and young adults from Ossining, White Plains, New Rochelle, Mount Vernon and Elmsford will also participate. 

The Greenburgh Public Library is at 300 E Main Street in Elmsford. 

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