And now a word from Croton United candidate for Village trustee Roseann Schuyler:
WHY I'M RUNNING FOR CROTON VILLAGE TRUSTEE - This letter appears in this week's issue of the Gazette.
To the Editor:
Many times over the last decade I have written letters to this
newspaper to discuss a variety of village issues. In this letter,
however, I wish to introduce myself to the residents of Croton as a
candidate for Village Trustee this November. I am running with Greg
Schmidt and Bob Anderson with Croton United.
I have been a resident of the village since 2004, and a local business
owner since 2011. My husband and I own a law practice in Croton, and our
children attend Croton schools. I have always believed that it is
important to be more than a bystander in one’s community, and as such,
have served in various volunteer positions over the last thirteen years,
on the village’s Zoning Board of Appeals, on the parent committee and
advisory board of Circle School, as a Destination Imagination team
manager and as a member of the Rotary Club of Croton on Hudson.
In 2014, I helped found Croton United, a nonpartisan coalition, with
several other residents of various political affiliations (for the last
twenty years, I have been a non-party aligned voter)....read the rest here http://tiny.cc/9n6umy