Municipal Experience that Makes a Difference

After several years of working to revitalize the former village of Rosendale, I believed that I could accomplish more in the political arena. I chose to run for Town Supervisor in 1997 and lost by a narrow margin, ran again in 1999 and lost by 31 votes. In 2001, I ran as a candidate for Town Council and was elected. Three’s the charm.

As a member of the Town Board from 2001–2005, I had the opportunity to work on a number of municipal projects and wrangle with some daunting problems. Listed here are few relevant projects that I believe provided me with useful knowledge for a buyer or seller of real estate:

  • Oversaw the development of a new comprehensive plan for Rosendale.
  • Developed new regulations for the zoning of cell towers.
  • Worked with the Water Department to construct a new low-profile storage facility.
  • Created new parking infrastructure in the former village to facilitate continued economic development of Main Street.
  • Oversaw the design and construction of the new 6500-square-foot state-of-the art green Community Center building.

Brian_democratic_council_fundraiserAlthough this list represents just a small sampling of projects I had the opportunity to work on; they are the ones that I am most proud of, and in particular, the Comprehensive Plan and the new green Community Center, as they set a standard for other towns throughout New York State.

My tenure on the Rosendale Town Board has provided me with a good deal of experience in municipal zoning, planning, land use regulations and negotiating, all of which I can employ on your behalf as your real estate agent.

I’m ready to put this experience to work for you and help you find a home to purchase, or assist you in the marketing and sale of your current home.

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