Ken English announcing run for Tuxedo Town Board


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Esteemed Tuxedo voters:

I’m Ken English of Laurel Ridge, seeking a seat on the Town Board being vacated by Clifford Loncar.

I hope to join the established team led by Supervisor Michael Rost and pledge to work collegially to strengthen Tuxedo’s future as a viable family-friendly community.

Key to preservation and attracting appropriate business opportunities is maintaining fiscal balance and control. As associate director at the New York Public Library I manage a $5,000,000 budget and 130 employees. I’m a board member of the Northern Tuxedo Residents Association, committed to building community and addressing neighbors concerns.

I’m an active volunteer with the NY/NJ Trail Conference, maintaining trails and most Saturday mornings promoting the organization at the Tuxedo Farmer’s Market.

The Tuxedo Farms project will be a key factor in determining the future of Tuxedo and its school district. In northern Tuxedo, our Monroe-Woodbury School District is facing a redistricting implementation intended to separate it from the pending town of Palm Tree. I’ve voiced concern that although northern Tuxedo residents pay substantial school taxes we are not eligible to vote on a proposed referendum.

Another concern is the Pilgrim Petroleum Pipelines proposed route along Route 17 in Tuxedo, passing through private and town properties as well as through the Tuxedo Park community.

I hope to learn more about your concerns and welcome input and questions at TuxedoEnglish@gmail.com or call me at 845 915-3100.

Thanks.

Ken English

Tuxedo



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