Greenburgh Town Supervisor Feiner sworn in at NY School for the Deaf

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Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner continued a decades-old tradition at his swearing-in ceremony.

Following his election victory in November, Feiner was sworn in Thursday to another two-year term in office at the New York School for the Deaf.

Feiner has been holding his swearing-in at the school since he was a Westchester County legislator more than 30 years ago. 

“I think this organization does a really great job, and I feel people who have physical challenges could overcome them and become great successes in life,” said Feiner. 

A new council member and the Greenburgh town clerk were also sworn in Thursday.

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