Last night (Jan. 31) and the night before (Jan. 30), we received the nomination to run for Village Trustee from the Croton GOP and the Independence Party, respectively. It is almost one year since Greg Schmidt was elected Mayor, Tom Brennan was elected Trustee and Jim Steinberg was appointed by the Mayor to fill his unexpired term.
Since that time, the Schmidt-Brennan-Steinberg team has set high goals and they are very proud of their accomplishments. Together, Greg, Tom and Jim worked hard to reign in spending, “opened” village government, established a formal dialogue with the leadership of our youth sports programs and earmarked funds for consulting services to address the best way to enhance the village shopping experience. In addition, they continued to support the battle against the Millennium Pipeline, have worked diligently to protect the village’s interest relating to the former Metro Enviro site, and established a committee to move forward on the much needed community center.
To continue this important work, we are asking that you support and vote for the Steinberg-Gonzalez team on Election Day — March 21, 2006. Together, we will continue the successes of the past year, stay focused on the issues facing our village and set new goals towards improving the lives of our fellow Croton residents.
Together, the Steinberg-Gonzalez team stands for and supports:
Over the next month and a half, we ask for your support and truly wish to hear from you. Information and updates about the campaign along with our full-length platform can be found by visiting, www.crotongop.com.
Let’s continue moving Croton forward, together.
— James M. Steinberg, 83 Morningside Drive, 827-3229
— Jose Gonzalez, 2 Stephanie Lane, 827-9408
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