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Putnam Valley Town Board Council Member
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    Wendy M. Whetsel (Dem) Town Council Member

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How will you overcome those challenges?

What infrastructure upgrades will you work to accomplish while in office for your town.

What town services will you implement for consolidation of services with neighboring towns or the County?

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Campaign Phone (914) 215-0061
Facebook Wendy Whetsel
Education BFA Syracuse University MAT Manhattanville College
Bio Putnam Valley Resident for 36 years. Hudsonia Trained in Biodiversity Assessment President of Chelsea Direct Marketing, Inc. (retired) 1981-2012 Co-Founder and First President of Putnam Valley Residents Coalition Co-Founder of Hollowbrook WaterWatch Past Co-Chair of Putnam County Sustainable Energy Committee Member of Putnam Valley Grange
Endorsements Democratic Party Conservative Party Women's Equality Party Green Party
I will continue to protect our water, natural assets, to insure a healthy living environment. I will also seek new opportunities to bring community together, supporting our seniors, youth, and all our residents without increasing our tax impact.
The challenges will be to seek out available Grants and design the programs so they are self sustaining. And I will also continue to find new ways and opportunities to help educate the public for better ways to protect their water and their environment.
I just continue to work with others to find viable ways to achieve our goals.
I will continue to push to accomplish as quickly as possibly the Pudding Street Overpass on the Taconic, as it is critical to the health and safety of our youth and residents.
We have been consolidating our services over the past few years, and run a very tight ship, but I will certainly continue to look for additional services we can consolidate further.

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