Greenburgh police department photo

Sign at the current Greenburgh public safety and court facility on Tarrytown Road.

The town of Greenburgh was expected to sign a contract to purchase property for $2.05 million for a new Greenburgh Police Department and EMS headquarters on Thursday, July 28, but changed its mind in a statement released one day earlier.

Even though it was clear the sale would not be complete unless voters approve it in a referendum that will be on Election Day ballots, Nov. 8, in addition to requiring a New York State Environmental Review (SEQRA), Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner wrote the following in an email to the community:

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