An Open Letter to My Fellow Villagers Regarding the Support of Brian Keating for Eastchester Board of Fire Commissioners
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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Bronxville Mayor Mary C. Marvin, Esq.

BRONXVILLE, NY — December 3, 2019 — Please join me on Tuesday, December 10th, in supporting Brian Keating for a five-year seat on the Eastchester Board of Fire Commissioners. But five people are responsible for the financial stewardship of our fire protection tax dollars of which Bronxville property owners pay approximately 35% towards the town wide $17.4 million town tax levy.  I feel strongly that Mr. Keating is the candidate on the ballot who will conduct the public’s business in a fair, honest and professional manner based on his impressive skill set, excellent judgement and measured demeanor. We deserve nothing less. Simply put, a strong turnout in Bronxville for Mr. Keating will serve to decide the long term management of the Fire District.

/s/ Mary Marvin

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Voting is from 2 PM to 9 PM for all Villagers at Bronxville Village Hall. There is no provision for absentee ballots.

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Mary C. Marvin is the mayor of the Village of Bronxville, New York. Share your thoughts by directing email to mayor@vobny.com 

 

 

Mary MarvinAn Open Letter to My Fellow Villagers Regarding the Support of Brian Keating for Eastchester Board of Fire Commissioners
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Comments 2

  1. I don’t know Mr. Keating. I’m sure he is a great guy and I commend his desire for public service. That said, I hold the incumbent, Anthony Lore Sr. in the very highest regard. He has served on the Eastchester Fire District BOC with honor, distinction and a high level of competence. Mr. Lore Sr. has served our community for many years as he served our nation in our military. He has my vote emphatically. Our community is fortunate to have men such as Anthony Lore Sr.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    Jeff Meyer Tuckahoe

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