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William Primps to Run for Bronxville Village Justice March 20 PDF Print Email

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By Staff     


Jan. 31, 2018:  William Primps was nominated for village justice by the Bronxville Republican Caucus meeting at Bronxville Village Hall on January 23, 2018. He will run for a four-year term on the Republican and Bronxville Citizens for Responsible Government lines in an election to be held on March 20.

Bill and his wife, Phia, have been Bronxville residents for 33 years and sent their three children to The Bronxville School. He first became involved in village government during the administration of the late Mayor Sheila Stein, serving as counsel to the village zoning board starting in 1988 and chairing that body from 1989 through 1991, when he was elected trustee. He served in that position in the administration of Mayor Nancy Hand until 1998.

More recently, Mayor Mary Marvin appointed him as counsel to the Bronxville Village Board of Ethics, where he has served for the past dozen years.

In addition to his work in village government, he has also served on the governing boards of several local organizations, including The Reformed Church of Bronxville, The Bronxville School Foundation, The Community Fund, and the Bronxville Field Club.

Bill is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School. He is a partner in the New York office of Locke Lord, an international law firm with 18 offices worldwide, where he maintains a practice focusing on international litigation and arbitration.

When asked about his plans, he said, "If elected, I hope to emulate retiring Justice George McKinnis in serving the citizens of our special village by the firm and fair administration of justice."

Pictured here:  William Primps, who is running for village justice.

Photo by A. Warner

 

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