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Stephanie Kavourias will be missed. She was the former Manager of the Hartsdale Parking Authority and a highly regarded community leader
Earlier tonight the Greenburgh police issued a press release with the name of the woman who lost her life in the hit and run accident yesterday. Stephanie Kavourias of E Hartsdale Ave was the victim. The police announced the arrest of Antonio Sanchez Robles of Brooklyn who left the scene of the accident resulting in death. Mr. Robles was charged with criminal possession controlled substance 7th, leaving the scene of an accident, operating a motor vehicle impaired by drugs and driving while intoxicated. The release indicated that he was a fugitive from Justice and arraigned by Greenburgh Town Judge Brathwaite. He was remanded to Westchester County Jail. The next of kin notification was made.
The town of Greenburgh mourns the passing of Stephanie Kavourias who was a prominent leader in Greenburgh -especially Hartsdale. Stephanie was highly respected in the community for her service as former Manager of the Hartsdale Parking Authority. Stephanie served as the leader of her co-op in Hartsdale and was a former member of the Greenburgh Planning Board. Prior to her appointment as Manager of the Parking Authority she was a dedicated employee -working for the town of Greenburgh. Over the years Stephanie worked hard --advocating for residents who live on E Hartsdale Ave. She pushed for the beautification of the Ave, more attractive storefronts. And she expressed her views -pushing for sound planning decisions. Her passing is an enormous loss to the town and to the Avenue. She will be missed but her contributions will always be remembered and appreciated.
I have asked the Greenburgh Town Board to schedule a meeting with the Police to discuss action steps we should consider taking that would reduce the possibility of future pedestrian related accidents. Some residents have been e mailing me their suggestions all day - which will be reviewed by the police. We want our residents to be safe and to feel safe.
PAUL FEINERGreenburgh Town Supervisor