By Carol P. Bartold, Senior Reporter
Apr. 26, 2017: Mayor Mary Marvin announced annual appointments to offices, village boards, and committees at the Bronxville Board of Trustees annual meeting on April 10.
Appointed to one-year terms, all continuing, are trustee Robert Underhill as deputy mayor; Jim Palmer as village administrator and clerk; Lori Voss as village treasurer, as well as collector of taxes; and Gerry Iagallo as village assessor.
Also reappointed to one-year terms are Margaret Parr as registrar; Mary Ann Magliato as deputy registrar; Eloise Morgan as village historian; and Ronnie James Ritz as village prosecutor.
In announcing appointments to village boards and committees, Marvin praised the spirit of volunteerism and service demonstrated by appointees through the years in maintaining the quality of life in Bronxville. "The villagers who share their enormous expertise with all of us by taking time out of their busy lives to serve deserve our thanks and gratitude," she said.
Finance Committee, each reappointed for a two-year term:
• Leighton Welch
• Donald Gray
• Elizabeth Favaro
Design Review Committee, each reappointed for a two-year term:
• Maureen Hackett
• Maggie Marrone
Zoning Board of Appeals, each reappointed for a five-year term:
• Eric Haims
• Stuart Mackintosh
Ethics Board, each appointed for a two-year term:
• Donald Kennedy
• John Priesing
Counsel, reappointed for a one-year term:
• William Primps
Board of Assessment Review, reappointed for a five-year term:
• David Harris
Library Board of Trustees
Reappointed for three-year terms:
• Darcy Kaye
• Ruth Walter
Newly appointed for three-year terms:
• Catherine Bird
• Katy Barrett
• Pippa Colvin
"We are fortunate to have such dedicated volunteers on our boards and committees," said Village Administrator Jim Palmer, agreeing with the mayor. "They bring a breadth of knowledge and professional expertise to their respective boards."
Pictured here: Mayor Mary Marvin in front of Bronxville Village Hall in early spring.
Photo by Staff