Paul works almost around-the-clock keeping Greenburgh one of the best places to live.

Paul’s tireless work shows in the great services Greenburgh provides and the addition of over 400 acres of parkland since he became Supervisor.

Never content, Paul continually brings new innovations to improve government efficiency and effectiveness.  Here are highlights of Paul’s recent successes.  You can read more about these and other initiatives, following these highlights.



Greenburgh has a Triple A bond rating – the highest possible


Moody's praised our Town for having a “sound financial position with strong fiscal management.”


Greenburgh is committed to the NYS tax cap, something many local communities have not been able to demonstrate. 


The town obtained almost 10 million dollars in NYS grants for additional sidewalks. 



New Affordable Housing will help older residents and raise millions in revenue for our Town.  Obtained agreement with the county to turn the abandoned WESTHELP homeless shelter into affordable senior housing. Working with Greenburgh Housing Authoriity to demolish old senior housing and build modern affordable senior citizen housing on Manhattan Ave. 


One-Worker Sanitation trucks has saved millions of dollars. We reduced the sanitation workforce from 48 to 40 employees, using the new trucks and increased recycling from once every other week to twice a week in 2019.


State-of-the-Art LED lighting will save millions of dollars and benefit the environment through lower electricity use.




Paul fought for and secured FEMA funds for a new gym floor for the Theodore D. Young Community Center


Paul helped to establish a new Health Center, bringing our residents quality health care at more affordable prices.  It costs Greenburgh nothing.


Opened the way for new assisted living facilities, and obtained a pledge for a number of discounted rooms.


Helped over 400 people find new jobs (so far!).


Persuaded Metro North to install elevators at Hartsdale train station. Work will start in 2020.


Upgrading water supply managemetn system to better ensure full water pressure and volume during peak demand. Connecting Rumbrook and Knollwood pumping stations.


Reached an agreement with owners of historic Odell house, which played a major role in the Revolutionary War and is in desperate need of repair. Property will be deeded to the town, the house will be renovated and turned into a museum. 


First community in Westchester to retrofit existing field to allow for cricket- a sought after recreation program.




Working with Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (the world’s best pharmaceutical company) as they continue their explosive growth.


Joining “ENERGIZE NEW YORK” program to save energy and strengthen local businesses.


Taking steps to revitalize the 4 corners in Hartsdale. We provided funding for a traffic and stormwater consultant and are reviewing a proposal for mixed use development.



Paul is Westchester’s most accessible elected official. 

You can reach him at home: 914-478-1219, drop by his Town Hall Office, email him: or visit his website