To the Editor,
Mar. 11, 2020: To the Residents of Bronxville:
Wednesday, March 18th is Election Day in Bronxville. I will be voting that day for George Mayer for Bronxville Village Judge. I am doing so because the facts are clear on George's qualifications for this position and contributions to our community.
George has lived in Bronxville for over 40 years. He has practiced law here for decades. He has a long track record of community service, having served as a Fire Commissioner, President of the Bronxville PTA, and a Village Judge for the last 16 years.
Most residents are not aware of the nature of the position of Village Judge. George typically hears more than 50 cases per day. The cases range from traffic violations to break-ins and robberies.
During his career, George has been both a prosecutor and a defense attorney. He has tried both civil and criminal cases in New York City and in Westchester. The breadth of his experience is key to his ability to perform his duties effectively and efficiently.
Because of his experience, he has been called upon to assist in Yonkers, Tuckahoe, and Mount Vernon with hearing cases and handling arraignments.
Beyond his deep experience in the application of both civil and criminal law, George has been a leader in a thoughtful approach to how to best serve our community.
George has used community service and counseling when dealing with first time offenders. For all of us who have raised teenagers here in Bronxville, we understand the impact of a criminal record on a young person's future. He understands the law as well as how to apply it to best serve the residents of Bronxville.
A vote for George Mayer for Village Judge is a vote for someone who knows how to effectively perform a very important role in our community.
Please add your vote to mine on March 18th.
Bronxville Resident since 1979
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