Harriman mayor and Board of Trustees support Audra Schwartz for Monroe Town Justice

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On November 7, voters in the Town of Monroe will have the opportunity to elect a Town Justice who will serve the Town for the next four years. The Village of Harriman Mayor and Board of Trustees unanimously support Audra Schwartz for this position.

Audra has over 23 years experience as an attorney which, with the complexities in law is a very positive attribute and will be a benefit to the Town.

Audra Schwartz has proven her dedication to the Town of Monroe serving for the past 7 years on the Planning Board as a member including over one year as the Chairwoman. Previously Audra volunteered for seven years on the Town of Monroe Conservation Committee.

Audra has always shown her dedication, determination and desire to gather and review all information before making a decision. These attributes will enable her to be a Town Justice who will provide confidence in the Town Judicial system.

Please join us in electing Audra Schwartz as Town of Monroe Justice.

Mayor Stephen H. Welle

Deputy Mayor Colleen Farrell

Trustees Bruce Chichester, Sandy Daly and Frank Borowski

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