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Dobbs Ferry Democratic Committee
|I will work hard to control
spending, update our codes and
preserve open space for the people
of Dobbs Ferry.
110 Draper Lane, #2B
Dobbs Ferry, NY, 10522
This year’s presidential election may be the
most important in our lifetimes. Vote March 16
Support your local Democratic candidates.
Allegra Dengler, Vikki Jones and Paul Sterne.
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I will continue to identify creative
solutions for Dobbs Ferry’s problems
and make the village government
more workable for commuters.
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|My 20 years of experience negotiating
complex financial transactions will help
Dobbs Ferry acheive the best possible
outcomes for the Public Works garage,
145 Palisade St., and the Gateway.
|FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 693-8023
As Tip O’Neill said, “all politics is local.”
Now more than ever it’s important to build
up the Democratic Party at the grassroots
Many of the government decisions that
affect your life the most are decided at
the local level. The Democratic candidates
in Dobbs Ferry need your support on
March 16 to win!
To learn more, come to the League of
Women Voters Candidates Debate this
Thursday, March 4 at 7:30 at the Embassy
Community Center on Palisade St. The debate
will be on Dobbs Ferry Village TV
Channel 77, a few days later.
Also on the ballot is a referendum on
changing the date of the Village election
from March to November. Vote YES to
change the date to November. Vote YES to
vote once. For more details on this crucial
issue, watch the broadcast of the Febuary
25th League of Women Voters Referendum
Debate on Dobbs Ferry Village TV Channel 77.
15.8 % tax increase last year
Solution: Allegra, Vikki and Paul will thoroughly review every line item on
the budget for savings, reach out for grants, work for money-saving
energy conservation measures and find ways to save.
We’ll work harder to save your tax dollars.
VOTE for a new hard- working approach
to financial management.
Proposed $8 million dollar Public Works garage|
Solution: It can be built for millions less. Allegra, Vikki and Paul will act
quickly to look at the needs, the site, alternatives, other garages,
grant opportunities, and get a new plan.
Allegra, Vikki and Paul are committed to enhancing our quality of life
by controlling spending, controlling overdevelopment and preserving open space.
If elected, they are committed to:
Fiscally Responsible Government that balances
the budget, engages in a direct dialogue with the
Village Department heads, initiates grant outreach,
and money-saving energy conservation
measures. While there are outside costs like pensions
being imposed on the Village, there are also
many unnecessary costs being imposed on the
hard- working people who live in Dobbs Ferry.
A Five Year Capital Plan to project and assess
the Village’s upcoming infrastructure and spending
needs, as surrounding villages have done,
so there are no surprises. Planning can be done
over time for important projects like flooding
and drainage problems, the train station roof,
street and sidewalk maintenance, and waterfront
A Master Plan that includes zoning code
updates, density and traffic control, and prioritizing
open space to protect the character of our
neighborhoods and village.
Building the Public Works Garage for millions
less than the current projected $8 million cost.
Allegra, Vikki and Paul will immediately look at
the needs, at the site, at alternatives. They will
investigate sharing services with other villages
and explore grant opportunities.
A sensible approach to 145 Palisade St. to
secure open space and minimize overdevelopment.
Allegra, Vikki and Paul will evaluate all possible
Village uses of the old garage and sell it only
if it is in the best interests of the taxpayers. They
will not swap the existing DPW site for the redelopment
of 145 Palisade site if that allows
increased density. They will work to preserve the
waterfront land as a condition of any development.