did your family live in Greenburgh before the Civil War. We'd like to know
QUESTION--ANYONE TRACE THEIR FAMILY RESIDENCE HERE IN GREENBURGH TO BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR?
Is there anyone living in Greenburgh today who can trace their residence here to before the Civil War? We know there were African Americans here and know of a particular family named Bonnett who lived/owned a farm near Odell in the 1840's. It would be wonderful if any of their descendants lived here now! Please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
TWO BULK DROP OFF LOCATIONS TOMORROW AND THURSDAY - GREENBURGH NATURE CENTER, TUESDAY AND TOWN HALL THURSDAY
8 AM TO 2 PM
From February 14 – February 24, we will be placing dumpsters at several locations throughout Town, allowing residents to drop off bulk items during designated times. These drop off sites will accept metal and non-metal bulk items. Residents must bring their license to show proof of residence. We will NOT be accepting e-waste (computers, TVs, printers, etc.), wet paint, hazardous materials, or construction debris.
Solid Waste App for Schedules and Reminders | ReCollect
ReCollect is a simple solution to remembering garbage and recycling collection days.
Tuesday, February 15: Greenburgh Nature Center Parking Lot (99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale)
Thursday, February 17: Town Hall Parking Lot (177 Hillside Avenue, White Plains)