Sunday, July 12, 2009


Issues Discussed:
1) my commentary
2) a message from candidate for Westchester Legislator John Testa
3) op-ed in this weeks (07/08/09) NCN
4) a message from the Putnam County GOP
5) a message from candidate for Putnam Valley Council Sam Davis
6) what's happening at Graymoor, Garrison, N.Y,
7) a message from candidate for Yorktown Supervisor Susan Siegel
8) a message from candidate for Yorktown Council Terrence Murphy
9) a message from candidate for Yorktown Council David Paganelli
10)a message from candidate for Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino
11)a message from Assemblywoman Sandra Galef
12)a message from Assemblyman Greg Ball
************My new In My Opinion column's topic of discussion in the NCN
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Dear Readers:

What if the State passed a tax and nobody paid? This is the approach Putnam County government is taking to the new MTA Payroll Tax. Putnam County is withholding payment. It's about damn time somebody stopped letting the state get away with ripping off local governments. This should be done with all un-funded mandates passed down to local governments. The State Legislature passes new taxes, fees, surcharges, regulations on local governments that these governments must implement on their residents so these governments get the blame for increasing local taxes. The State legislature does the same with schools also. The State Legislator's then take bows saying they have passed these mandates without raising state taxes. We, like idiots, say thank you very much by re-electing them. Is it any wonder why our state governments treats us with such contempt?

Finally a local government has said enough! Putnam County is saying before you impose this obscene tax on our residents, open the books and audit them first. We know that the MTA has played fast and loose with book keeping in the past, remember when it was found they kept two sets of books? We also know that the MTA is bloated with management over paid with benefits, perks, health care and pensions the private sector can only dream of. There is also a track record of mismanagement of billions of our monies paid through taxes, fares and tolls. Instead of first making sure the MTA starts running a tight fiscal ship, all this new tax does is allow the MTA to continue is path of fiscal insanity and unaccountability. Putnam County is saying put the horse before the cart.

This action is being portrayed as an effort in futility as the state will take that money anyway in the form of less money allocated to Putnam County. Actually Putnam County is still ahead of the game because they will not have to pay for the new book keeping this tax will require. Remember the computing, collecting and paying this tax takes people to perform the tasks. Somebody has to get paid for this and that pay is with tax dollars.

Putnam County will be faced with two choices by receiving less money form the state. They will either have to do more with less or raise taxes to make up the difference. The easy way is to raise taxes, not wise in this fiscal climate. Doing more with less runs the risk that by making hard choices somebody might not get re-elected, heaven forbid somebody does right by the people first instead of protecting the butt. There is a third choice, stop doing tasks mandated by the state that the state has not provided funding for. In for a dime in for a dollar. It is time for local governments to challenge the state's right to force increase costs on local municipalities with out providing the funding. It is time for our state legislators to take the blame instead of the bows.

Civil disobedience starts with the first shot across the bow. Putnam County has fired that shot. Are the rest of our local municipalities going to sit by silent? Are these other municipalities going to cower in the corner? We as a people have reached the tipping point. Other municipalities must stand with Putnam County, must stand up for thier residents and defy the state.

Putnam County is right on this. Putnam County is a majority Republican Government. The State is one party ruled by the Democrats. Most of our local governments are Democrat lead. A good idea has no political gender. We the people, our local governments already pay dedicated taxes to the MTA even though we do not directly use their services but do benefit form them. If this is not enough money for the MTA then open the books and explain why. Our local governments should not put party affiliation first. Their job is to fight for their residents no matter who the enemy is. On this issue it is time to fight back, who knows where it might lead? It is time to find out if our local elected officials are leaders or lemmings.
The following letter from John appeared in the June 24th edition of the North County News:

If you thought the absurd level of spending in County government reached its peak, think again. Recently, the County Administration approved additional spending allocations for the Ardsley warehouse building purchased last year to store the county voting machines. This ill-conceived purchase is a perfect example of what is wrong with county government today.

The purchase of this unmarketable, dilapidated structure last year for an outrageous cost to taxpayers of $6 million was irresponsible enough. The additional $7 million in renovation costs approved soon after the purchase was still not the end of this "money pit" created by the board majority. Recently, the same group who approved the $13 million in spending a year ago have approved to spend over $2 million more in taxpayer funds for roof repair, demolition costs and asbestos abatement. What was the original $7 million in renovation costs for? County Legislator Oros and his colleagues Maisano and Burrows were justified in opposing this scheme. Oros was right on the money when he predicted that "the building was ignored for three years by prospective buyers for a reason" and predicted "no doubt there will be additional remediation work necessary that out paces the administration's estimates."

Now, the renovation requires additional "change orders" to allocate even more taxpayer funds to be used on this disaster. Close to $100,000 in additional funds are being allocated for asbestos abatement alone. Who knows when this will end? The building was deemed mold infested when purchased so be prepared for that change order soon.

Despite the lack of transparency that has been exposed with this deal the county board majority keeps throwing good money after bad. This is why we need someone who will continue to stand up to this kind of arrogance toward the taxpayer and represent District 1 at the County Board of Legislators with experience, leadership and integrity. We can't afford someone who will merely go along with the majority and rubber stamp this kind of mismanagement.

As your next County Legislator I will fight this kind of activity and work to bring transparency and accountability to County Government. I look forward to bringing my experience as a mayor of a city who has made tough decisions and kept tax increases at 0% for three years in a row as well as the leadership needed to stand up for the people who pay the bills, the taxpayer.

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GUEST COMMENTARY: The Emperor’s new teleprompter
Thomas J. Annacone

Once upon a time there lived a community organizer. Now you may not know what a community organizer is or what he does, but that is the beauty of the position; the community organizer doesn’t really do anything in particular. This community organizer loved to make speeches. He was very good at reciting speeches to whoever would listen. His favorite speech was entitled, “I Have a Plan.” He recited this speech to the pillars of his community including William Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, Rod Blagojewich and others. The community was indeed, very well organized. When members of the community were asked where the community organizer was, the reply was always the same: “He’s planning.”

Shortly thereafter, with the help of the magic teleprompter, Barack was elected to the U.S. Senate where he established a pattern of always voting “present,” although he seldom was.
After a remarkably brief record as senator in which little legislation was introduced, and many “I Have a Plan” speeches were given, the freshman senator decided to run for president. During his campaign, he continued to make many fine speeches, some with Greek columns and some with fireworks, but none with a plan. The candidate, whose given name was Barack, stayed true to the agreement and always held out the promise of a plan. During the campaign, Barack attacked the bias of others for using his middle name of Hussein, but later, in speeches in other countries, he was always sure to include Hussein in the program.
So it came to pass that Barack was elected to the office of President of the United States. He, however, believed that he had been elected Emperor of the World, and Evan Thomas of Newsweek proclaimed him to be God, (though no wise men were ever in evidence). Chris Matthews exclaimed “...a thrill runneth up my leg!” Keith Olbermann nodded in agreement and Larry King nodded off as Rush Limbaugh wept. All this took place without a plan, but with the promise of a plan.

When the coronation was completed and Barack became the Emperor-President, problems began to surface. In an initial act he found the need to spend trillions of dollars. Since he had no plan, the bill to be voted on by the Congress presented a problem. In a brilliant stroke, the Emperor-President read his magic teleprompter and proclaimed, “No one must read the details of the bill before voting.” The Congress and the media readily agreed to this since the bill was long and tedious and not really a plan. In fact, they continued not reading the bill long after the vote — to this very day. Thus Barack’s brilliance was established and the treasury began its descent down a slippery slope. A few people noticed what was happening and whispered, “He has no plan!” But the media and Congress said, “Shhhh, Barack is planning.”
To spend trillions of dollars wisely, the Emperor-President looked for the perfect financial expert. He searched diligently for a politician who displayed the characteristics of honesty and responsibility and who was free from any hint of scandal; a difficult task, indeed! Barack read his magic teleprompter and proclaimed, “Since he has exhibited a remarkable ability to deal with government debts, Timothy Geithner will be my secretary of the treasury!” More people noticed. They said, “But Geithner doesn’t pay his taxes! Barack has no plan!” And the media and the Congress said, “Hush! Barack is planning!”

Again the Emperor-President read his magic teleprompter and proclaimed that there would be no “pork” included in bills that he would sign during his reign. The Congress, knowing that he had “no plan” to do that (or anything else) loaded his stimulus bills with so much pork that two major religions of the world were deeply offended. More people realized what was happening and exclaimed, “He has no plan!” But the Congress and the media insisted, “Be quiet, Barack is planning.”

The Emperor-President (by fiat) moved Chrysler into bankruptcy and converted GM into Government Motors. To repay union support, money legally intended for investors was converted into shares allowing the UAW to achieve control of Government Motors. And Barack read his magic teleprompter and appointed as head of Government Motors, Edward Whitacre. Mr. Whitacre proclaimed in his acceptance speech, “I don’t know anything about cars, but I have a plan.” And Barack beamed as many people exclaimed, “He has no plan!” But the media and Congress shouted, “Shut up, Barack is planning!”

Thus Barack continued to read his magic teleprompter and made many decisions and changes in our form of government and all these changes had one thing in common: they were done without a plan. Czars were appointed by decree of the magic teleprompter. Money was spent and more was promptly printed. Terrorists were freed from Gitmo and sent on expensive vacations to Bermuda. ACORN, having proved that it could not keep track of voter registration, was given the responsibility of taking the census. The caliber of Barack’s appointments was carefully monitored by the magic teleprompter. Thus his Supreme Court nominee confused “ethnic” with “ethics.” Townhall meetings were held where audiences were allowed to read only questions supplied by the magic teleprompter. Now many began to notice and cried out, “He has no plan!” And as always, the media and the Congress answered, “Barack is planning!”

But finally Barack read his magic teleprompter and proclaimed that he would take possession of the media and no voice in protest or opposition would be allowed to participate. ABC in deference to the Emperor-President assumed a new motto: “Fair not! ...and unbalanced.” Now some of the media whispered, “He has a plan!” and the population cried out, “He has a plan! and some in Congress proclaimed, “He has a plan!” And a meeting was held and there was general agreement that the media should not be part of the government but rather, independent and objective; and the Legislative and Judicial branches should be separate from the Executive Branch of government. In short, the discarded system of checks and balances should be reconstituted.
But no one had a plan for how this could be accomplished, for only Barack had a magic teleprompter.

Thomas J. Annacone is a resident of Yorktown Heights.
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It is with pleasure that I write to extol the virtues of Sam Davis for ANY office he chooses to seek. If that sounds like an old fashioned endorsement of a "Mr. Smith goes to Washington " type character, it's because it is. Sam is the best.

I've worked with Sam in the tax reform movement for several years and his participation is invaluable. He's worth three of most other organizational leaders.
Sam travels constantly -long distances- to speak up for people who are in danger of losing their homes to chaotic, irrational property taxes...and to meet with the other leaders and the powers -that- be in Albany.

We have traveled far and we are within striking distance of success because of Sam and the other relentless reform leaders. Meanwhile matters WILL get worse with pension shortfalls, loss of income for local governments, increases in county taxes due to the state's incompetence and neglect, and the recession we are experiencing.

Any government, but especially local government, will need an in-house property tax expert on call...more than ever before. To have one on the board is a blessing. This is an extra added benefit with Sam.

His other qualities, among them: honesty, intelligence, creativity, relentlessness, and outside the box thinking are hard to duplicate...but to have a property tax fighter and Albany expert at this particular time is pure serendipity...

Keep Sam working for you especially-along with all the other taxpayers he's helping-. Elect him ASAP.

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TUESDAY, August 4th, at 7:30 PM
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From Susan Siegel, Republican candidate for Yorktown Town Supervisor
Web Site Highlights Yorktown Management Mishaps
How did Yorktown lose $50,000 in 2008?

That’s the first example of a “management mishap” made by the current Yorktown administration that’s been posted online at Additional examples of errors, mistakes, mismanagement and poor judgment will be posted on the site on an ongoing basis between July and Election Day.

Voters are invited to keep track of the mishaps until they begin to ask themselves whether they can afford two more years of mismanagement.

“We started the list as a way of waking up Yorktown voters,” explained Susan Siegel, Republican candidate for town supervisor. “Most residents are unaware of what’s happening in town. One mistake is acceptable. We’re all human. We can even accept two and three mistakes. But when a clear pattern emerges of continuing errors, mistakes, and misjudgments, then it’s time to start asking who’s managing our town and whether there’s any real leadership.”

A regular attendee at town board meetings for the past two years, Siegel says the mismanagement examples are based on what she has observed at meetings as well as documents she obtained by using the Freedom of Information Law. Each of the examples are reinforced with dates and facts.

Additional management mishaps posted on the web site include:
Neglecting to read a contract before signing it
Lack of leadership on the senior center issue
Lack of leadership on federal stimulus money
Lost town board resolutions
Town business takes second place to politics

Siegel said she believes that most Yorktown residents aren’t aware of at least five of the six mishaps. “The only issue that’s gotten any real publicity has been the confusion and lack of leadership on the senior citizen center."

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Murphy Defends Local Residents
Town Board Candidate Questions Rezoning Proposals

During this past week’s town board meeting in Yorktown, residents expressed their concerns over what they say is a continued abuse of open meetings laws, as well as the rezoning process, by the town board's Democratic led majority.

“The reality is the people of Yorktown were never given an opportunity to voice their concerns over the lands in question,” Dr. Terrence Murphy (R, I - Yorktown), a candidate for the Yorktown Town Board, said. “That is exactly the reason why we have open meetings laws, and this closed door business being run by the town board needs to be looked into.”

On May 19, 2009 the town board reclassified nearly 120 pieces of land. Many of these parcels were removed from the tax rolls by rezoning them to parkland, with the rest remaining open space.

“It is clear the Democratic majority, which controls the town board, wishes to conduct this important business out of the public’s eye,” Murphy commented. “Anytime public officials deny citizens their right to an open process questions need to be asked and answers sought.”

When the issue of rezoning appeared before the town board this past May, Dr. Murphy provided one piece of advice, that the process needs to remain open to the public. In light of the most recent concerns by local residents regarding rezoning laws a troubling pattern has emerged.

“The Democratic majority's attempt to rezone residential properties is a joke,” Murphy continued. “Many of these families, like mine, have lived in this town, in the same house for generations. To rezone them now, despite a clear ruling from the State Supreme Court, just shows the backward thinking and noncompliance by the sitting majority of the town board.”

“The reality is these actions by the town will cost Yorktown residents more money they cannot afford to lose,” Murphy concluded. “Either by taking land off of the tax rolls or by paying more legal fees this scenario will only lead to increased taxes in a town which resides in the highest taxed county in America.”
Paganelli ready to listen
To the Editor:

I believe that part of providing a pleasant dining experience is also getting to know our customers. I try to spend some time with everyone who patronizes my establishment. You try to find out their likes and dislikes, enjoy the compliments and listen to the critiques. What I am saying is that communication is essential in providing quality service. It is this lesson I now wish to bring to my campaign for Yorktown councilman.

It is in that vein that I have purchased ad space, starting with this issue, outlining my position on various issues facing our community. I will be doing this over the next 10 weeks. Each week in North County News, I intend to share with you my views and position on local matters. It is my hope that by doing this, when I come knocking on doors, seeking support and votes, we will be able to discuss these issues and I can find out how you feel. Also, during this period I can learn about issues under the radar that I can address in one of the upcoming ads.

Communication, essential in business, is also essential in serving the public as an elected official. In my business, I am always available to meet with customers and should I be fortunate enough to be your representative on the Yorktown Town Board, I will always be available to meet with you. So, it is my hope each week that you will look for my ad, and when we meet we can discuss these issues.

David Paganelli
Candidate for Yorktown Councilman
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Dear Friend of Rob Astorino,

An important milestone in Rob Astorino’s race for Westchester County Executive will be here one week from today.

July 15th is when quarterly contributions are reported, so if you have been planning to contribute to Rob’s campaign to reduce taxes, streamline government, and bring transparent, honest government to Westchester County, we ask that you do so now.

Perception is key in political races, and everything is moving in Rob’s favor. He is campaigning around the clock and is right on the issues. Furthermore, public response to his candidacy has been overwhelmingly supportive.

New York State is a mess. The Legislature is deadlocked. Taxes and spending are rising in the worst recession in memory. And Westchester is bearing the brunt of it with the highest taxes in America.

Westchester desperately needs a fresh new, energetic and honest voice for fiscal responsibility. We need someone who will stick up for taxpayers again.

Rob Astorino is that voice. Please help Rob build on that momentum by contributing to his campaign today. Contributions can be made in just a few seconds at

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Assemblywoman Galef Investigates Shared Purchasing Models with Shared Services Task Force on July 23, 2009

(July 8, 2009) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will host a meeting for her Shared Services Task Force of the 90th Assembly District on July 23, 2009 from 7 pm to 8:30 pm, at Croton Village Hall, 1 Van Wyck Street Croton-on-Hudson. The meeting is open to the public, and will focus on how shared purchasing can be beneficial for cost savings for taxpayers.

The July 23 meeting focuses on shared purchasing models that are already in existence. Assemblywoman Galef has assembled a panel of experts representing some of these paradigms, including New York State Office of General Services Commisioner John Egan and Deputy Commissioner, Information Technology and Procurement Services Carla Chiaro, CFO for the Westchester Library System John Smith, Putnam County Director of Purchasing Alex Mazzotta, Westchester County Director of the Bureau of Purchase and Supply Jim Fererra and Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES Business Manager Todd Currie.

Assemblywoman Galef founded the Shared Services Task Force in April of 2009 in an effort to bring community members together at the grassroots level to look more deeply into areas of sharing and consolidation. The members of the Task Force have a diverse and varied background including school board members, planning board members, representatives from private industry, town board members and interested residents from municipalities throughout her Assembly District.

“In light of these difficult economic times, we have an excellent opportunity right now to investigate how local municipalities can share more services. Sometimes these can be difficult changes to make, but they will ultimately lessen costs for our taxpayers,” said Galef. “I know our panel has a lot of important information to offer on ways for our communities to share and consolidate. This is an opportunity for the public to learn, encourage and advocate for changes or expansions to services in their own communities, which might help cut costs,” she concluded.

For more information or directions, contact Assemblywoman Galef’s district office at (914) 941-1111 or e-mail

Assemblyman Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) has been working behind the scenes to bring together a responsible coalition in Putnam County to combat the serious and distinct issues of drunken driving and illegal hiring.

Over the past few weeks, Ball has brought together various elected officials from all levels and branches of government throughout Putnam County to begin developing a comprehensive plan of action. On June 29, the informal group met for the first time to discuss both DWI and illegal housing-hiring, and followed up with another session on July 2.

The drinking and driving forum featured alcohol and substance abuse rehabilitative and preventative subject matter experts and discussed implementing a designated driver program in Putnam County, along with county civil forfeiture initiatives, including vehicle seizure of repeat offenders, as well as mandatory ignition interlocks for first time offenders and social host liabilities for underage parties; state legislation to mandate education awareness seminars for bartenders and a uniform law for closing time; and town ordinances for local bar owner education and training seminars sponsored by the sheriff’s office compulsory for the acquisition of a liquor license through the clerk’s office.

The illegal hiring and 1099 misclassification forum consisted of subject matter expert input from regional labor unions, focused on project labor agreements for all towns in Putnam County; plus the expansion of the jurisdiction of the home improvement board to cover new housing, and an increase of fines and penalties for violators; and measures to allow code enforcers to work hand in hand with local authorities.

A follow up meeting is scheduled for this week to discuss rental registration, and trespass advisory programs and a joint task force meeting with the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Offices of Detention and Removal Operations, and Investigations.

Once completed, the Assemblyman expects to present the package in an open forum to the public on July 23 at the Sheet Metal Workers Local 38 Union Hall. The tentative hope is that by July 23, the group will be ready to unveil a draft of action on both DWI and illegal housing and hiring.
Dear Readers:

This week I discuss "Cap And Trade". You can read my column on this topic exclusively on line(see link below)or in this weeks NORTH COUNTY NEWS on sale now. I am worth the seventy-five cents. Look for my column IN MY OPINION(page 10) in the editorial section. Better yet as this column is exclusive to the North County News on a regular basis and will be covering the local political scene, take out a subscription. Click on the North County News link below and go to Subscribe. Between this blog and The North County News you will have all the information to make a vote based on substance.
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