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Letter: County Benefits from Gelfarb's Service

RYE BROOK, N.Y. - The following letter was sent to Harrison reporter Phil Corso Tuesday detailing why Republican and Conservative candidate David Gelfarb would be a suitable county legislator for District 6. Gelfarb will run for the position in November's general election against Dan Brakewood (D).

District 6 represents Harrison, Rye and Port Chester on the county Board of Legislators.

In my experience, David was an outstanding volunteer for the HOA. His opinions and judgments on management, operations, controls, planning, budgeting, and relations with and on behalf of the homeowners were always considered, diligent and prudent. He examined all issues on a case by case basis, helping the HOA to act when appropriate and withhold action when necessary. As President, he helped the HOA to maximize the services to the members of the HOA while simultaneously assuring that expenses were properly managed, financial reserves were established and that the HOA's rights were safeguarded. David's recall of the HOA's business history and his respect for the laws and agreements which governed the HOA were valuable assets to the board during his tenure. Personally, he helped me navigate the different issues that faced us as directors, and I don't remember any reasons for me to significantly disagree with any of his judgments during our joint tenures.

I implore the people of our community to vote for him this November in order for him to continue serving us as best he can in his new role. I absolutely endorse David Gelfarb for Westchester County legislator this election. He is a good person, and the county can only benefit from his service.

- Ross Zelman

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