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Letter to the Community in Support of James Nolan for County Legislator

Nov. 1, 2023

Dear Bronxville Village Residents,

Please join us in supporting the re-election of James Nolan, incumbent County Legislator representing District 15, including Bronxville, parts of Eastchester and nearby Yonkers.

We are supporting James because he has a sense of purpose. He views public service as noble and thinks local. He has dedicated his young life to community service as the founder of the Michael Nolan Foundation formed in memory of his brother who was killed in a drive-by shooting in Yonkers.

James is dedicated to addressing quality of life issues, especially safer streets and local self-determination.  He is a steadfast supporter of our extraordinary Police Department. He secured $7 million dollars in essential funding for County Police. He urged Albany to repeal the problematic bail reform legislation. He introduced legislation calling upon the Governor to halt her so-called “Housing Compact” that would surrender local zoning control to bureaucrats in Albany. 

He has worked with Bronxville to get some of the million dollar plus in tax money we send to White Plains every year back in the community for needed projects.

James firmly believes that effective governance transcends political boundaries.  He is dedicated to work collaboratively and tirelessly to serve the needs and concerns of all constituents, regardless of their party affiliation.

James is a proven public servant. Not a politician. He gets it. And he gets it done.

Whether you are a Democrat, Republican or Independent, we urge you to vote to re-elect James Nolan on November 7th.


Dr. Robert Andrews

Michelle Antonini

Ginger Austi

Peter Borducci

Sandra Borducci

Donald Bringle

Emily Bringle

Joanna Campbell

Roger Capucci

Julia Castagna

Guy Corcoran

David Cyganowski

Katie Cyganowski

Kristi Deasy

Coco DeMarr

Finbar DeMarr

Dr. Corinne Devereux

Dr. Dick Devereux

Jane Devereux

Maura Fitzgerald

Dale Frehse

Fabio Goldoni

Michael Girimonti

Bernadette Grealy

William Grealy

Meghan Hackett

Allison Hecht

Jim Hennessy

Maureen Hennessy

Michael Herman

Mark Jennings

Joanne Johnson

Micki Kennedy

Kathy Knox

Erin Krestinkski

Avery McEnery

Kathryn McGrath

Fran Pepe

Louise Pepe

Ed Reilly

Abigail Roesser

Jane Sears

Luke Sears

Aaron Shafer

Jennifer Spitz

Roger Spitz

Jan Wortel

Liana Wortel



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