Elections begin today for nine representatives to join the Bronxville Non-Partisan Committee (NPC). One representative from each of Bronxville’s seven voting districts will be elected to serve a three-year term. This year, Districts 16 and 22 will each also elect a representative to serve a one-year term to replace members who are unable to complete the final year of their term.
*VOTE NOW ONLINE AT THE LINK BELOW*
The candidates seeking membership on the NPC are:
- Wendy Halley (District 16)
- Laura Busker (District 17)
- Tatiana Castro-Taboas (District 18)
- Jonathan Beer (District 19)
- Robert Andrews (District 20)
- James Cherundolo and Anne Marie Hein Niogi (District 21)
- Gail Solomon (District 22)
Voting continues through June 28.
All residents of Bronxville are eligible and encouraged to vote for a representative in their district. Details about the voting process, an election district map, as well as brief bios and statements from each candidate are available.
The NPC was formed in 1936 to:
- Foster the election of Trustees of the Bronxville School on a non-partisan basis.
- Seek qualified Bronxville residents who are interested in serving on the school board. Nomination by the NPC is not a requirement to run for the school board.
- Actively solicit community input about all applicants, then nominate a candidate for each open position, being as transparent as possible to the Bronxville community in its process.
- Be representative – with twenty one elected Bronxville residents, three from each election district.