Rob Asstorino totally misled me and everyone in Westchester by running for re-election on a " ...more time to finish what he started...", and then announcing a run Governor within 120 days of re-election.
He deserves Jeanine Pierro as a running mate. View Comment
What the !@#+! with $2500?
With 20 suspension and the local violations that's less that $100 per...!
Was the judge or the clerk asleep?
I demand a rebooking and add a couple of Zero and coma.
Do you think they impounded his Lexus, or wash and waxed it for him? View Comment
Feeling doubly betrayed by Astorino. Liked the first term and voted for him so he could have more time to finish what was started in the first term.
So he "explores" running within weeks of re-election - Blatant Glory Hound.
Secondly, have lost all respect for his capabilities to make rational decisions if he thinks he can be Cuomo in just a few years - not gonna happen!
Astorino betrayed everyone that voted for him. It's less than 90 days since
the election, and he is "running" again?
The Daily Voice should start a regular feature comparing Astorino's progress on his initiatives and promises to Westchester County, compared to his aspirations/fantasies to move to Albany. View Comment
Bad move by Astorino. I voted for him for "continuity" and to finish what he started in the first term., not to win and say right away he's moving up.
And who can really say Andy C is doing a bad job? View Comment
I asked every parent that drinks or allows 16 oz. size drinks to look at the label t(soda bottle) to see how many Ounces of sugar are in the drink.
Next measure out that amount of sugar, put it on small plate with a spoon, and eat it. Also ask any children you allow to have those size drinks do the same.
I bet you will not even try it with 20 oz. or bigger. View Comment
Obscenely ridiculous plan! Paving in a nature preserve - are you kidding?
And why for 20 cars? A few cars in the current "driveway" on Rte. 123, and few across the road is plenty.
Better to use the money to fix town road potholes. View Comment
Is this really important?
Unlesss the town is going to lose or get more NY State money, forget it.
The double lines will narrow the road. Unless our Highway Dept. can ensure us the roadsides will be clear of branches and things that will scratch our cars as we "move to the right", this is a non-starter.
So, if you cross the double line to give some walkers or joggers enough "safe space" will that earn your a traffice violation ticket? View Comment