Letter to Airmont Residents

Letter to Airmont Residents

“If there’s something wrong, those who have the ability to take action have the responsibility to take action.”
— Thomas Jefferson

Dear Airmont Residents,

An election will soon be upon us and running for mayor was a decision I did not take lightly. Upon careful consideration of all the issues and events going on in our wonderful Village I knew in my heart that I had to step up and do something knowing that I had the ability and responsibility to do so. I am proud of everything we have achieved together, but we are not done. Each of the Preserve Airmont party members possesses the ability to lead Airmont to continued success, whether it be due to achievements while in office as a Trustee or through our careers in law, finance and public relations.

The next few weeks will undoubtedly be fraught with difficulties. We have already experienced the mud slinging and slanted discourse whose only objective is to bring us down. After all, those with nothing to lose and no experience or achievements to speak of find it easier to bring down others rather than build themselves up. You may encounter blog type posts claiming to be the “Scoop” reporting on our progress. Note that the existence of these special interest blogs are for the sole purpose of skewing information and printing half truths with the primary goal of getting their candidate elected. Now is the time that we need to stand together as a community. The special interests are doing their very best to impede success and put their allies in control. It is up to all of us to secure our future and the future of our children.

We are doing this, not for personal gain, not to be popular, but because we know that together we can make Airmont succeed. The Preserve Airmont party is as strong as the Airmont residents fighting for its success and we rely on your support to make us the best party for the residents. It is imperative that on March 18th, you come out to Ramapo Town Hall and vote Row “B” for the Preserve Airmont party.

Proudly endorsed by:
County Executive Ed Day
County Legislator Joseph Meyers
Preserve Ramapo

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