REELECT ROB GREENSTEIN AS NEW CASTLE SUPERVISOR
It is with great pleasure that I announce my candidacy for a position on the New Castle Town Board. I’ll run for Town Board as an Independent, without any party affiliation. I believe that ideology in politics gets in the way of reason and generates bad policy. I don’t want ideology to prevent me either from rallying behind a good idea or from questioning an idea I don’t agree with. Chappaqua needs representation by someone chosen by the residents, not local political leaders. I want to be elected for one reason, and one reason only: I am someone willing to listen to residents, tell them openly what the issues look like to me as a board member and fight for what’s best for our community.
ABOUT ROB GREENSTEIN
New York, 1994
New Jersey, 1994
New York Law School, New York, New York
J.D. cum laude – 1993
B.S. – 1989
Professional Associations and Memberships
New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Member
American Association for Justice, Member
Areas of Practice
- Personal Injury — Plaintiff
- Wrongful Death
- Construction Accidents
- Scaffold and Ladder Accidents
- Car Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Crash Accidents
- Public Transportation Accidents
- Premises Liability Accidents
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Sidewalk and Street Accidents
- Elevator Accidents
- School Park and Playground Accidents
- Nursing Home Neglect
- Medical Malpractice
- Accidents Involving Illegal or Undocumented Aliens
TEAM NEW CASTLE 2.0
Town of New Castle Supervisor’s Report
Read More…”We thank Senator Murphy for helping us secure this $500,000 grant to enhance the Hamlet of Millwood,” Supervisor Rob Greenstein said. “Over the past year we have worked with Senator Murphy’s office to secure these funds. The timing is perfect as we are currently studying enhancing commercial development in Millwood. Increasing pedestrian improvements will certainly support economic development and enhance community vitality and the overall quality of life.”
“On behalf of the entire membership of the Millwood-West End Advisory Board, we want to thank Supervisor Greenstein and Senator Murphy for making this proposal a reality,” resident Michael Stern said. “It is rewarding to see our vision for the Millwood Business District improvements are progressing. This grant will help put Millwood on track to become a safe and attractive business district for the town of New Castle.”
“Committee member and spokesman Jim McCauley said the trio, which the party is calling Team New Castle 2.0, provides highly capable people who have contributed to the community and represent people of different political affiliations.”
WHAT THE COMMUNITY IS SAYING ABOUT ROB GREENSTEIN
Great news. Rob has my vote.
— By Bob
Three cheers for Mr. Greenstein for running against the current town board. A lot of people in New Castle are tired of the backroom politics, unanswered calls and emails (Mr. Wolfensohn was a notable exception and now he’s been cut out by that same board). I’m very much in favor of a wider pool of town board candidates sharing their ideas. Perhaps this will finally convince the board, who considers themselves above communicating with voters, that the people of New Castle are tired of being told what’s good for them and want a choice in their future.
— By Glad to see opposition to current board
This is marvellous news. Thank you Mr. Greenstein.
— By Democracy at last!
Finally, someone who is willing to speak up for the RIGHT decision without consideration for their own personal agenda. Rob has shown us, through the Chappaqua Crossing debacle, that he will do the ‘due diligence’ to understand all the issues and then create a cohesive strategy based on facts, not political pursuits. I’ll wait till July 12th to sign a petition.
— By What a relief!!!
You’ve done a great job with Chappaqua Crossing and I’m sure you will represent us well. Thank you!!!
— By Been waiting for this day…
Thank you Rob Greenstein for stepping up the plate now and for your hard work with Chappaqua Crossing. I’m looking forward to hearing your views on other town issues and vision for New Castle. Thanks again.
— By Chappaqua Voter
Rob Greenstein is a no brainer for this position. He has my vote. Go Rob!!
— By Andrew Klein
IN THE NEWS
Rob Greenstein is running for re-election; Eileen Gallagher and Seth Chodosh are running for seats on the town board.
“Rob, Eileen and Seth will bring a diversity of perspective and talent to our town government that goes beyond party labels,”
— GOP Chairman Steven Schoenfeld