White Plains Residents Take In Metro-North's New President's Listening Tour

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Metro-North President Joseph J. Giulietti held an informal question and answer session at Grand Central Terminal for commuters.
Metro-North President Joseph J. Giulietti held an informal question and answer session at Grand Central Terminal for commuters. Photo Credit: File

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Commuters that travel on Metro-North through Grand Central Terminal were able to meet new president, Joseph J. Giulietti and other officials to ask them about any questions or concerns, according to the New York Times. 

The new head of Metro-North was peppered with questions and complaints that ranged from poor scheduling, to reliability and, of course, safety, the New York Times reported. 

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I spoke to Giulietti and complained about the night noise south of the train station at the siding at Depot Plaza. I also pointed out that they are trespassing on private property. They defoliated and pushed back the hillside on private and town property! Is anyone else bothered by the noise from the work in this area?

Must have missed it. The head suggest Scarsdale residents were mentioned in this pickup from the NY Times, but the only mention of Scarsdale, a so often is the case, was in the headline. Why does The Daily Voice insist on deceiving its readers with phony headlines?