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Chaired by Robert Berg and Steve Pass, this committee studies all matters relating to assessment revaluation in Scarsdale. Most recently, the committee issued a report on the 2014 and 2016 village wide revaluations.
COUNTY FISCAL AFFAIRS
Chaired by Richard Pinto, this committee reviews the county budget each year. Typically the committee issues a report of its recommendation to our County Legislator Benjamin Boykin.
Chaired by Susan Douglass, this committee discusses and reports upon any issue affecting the vitality of our Village Center. The committee has issued two recent reports; (i) an overview of observations & recommendations and (ii) the results of its Village-wide survey of residents in the surrounding area.
Chaired by Nan Berke and Jordan Copeland, the Education Committee studies issues of the Scarsdale school district; whether curriculum, capital improvements, long range fiscal planning, and budgets.
Chaired by Madelaine Eppenstein, the Municipal Services Committee studies a wide range of issues of the Village; recent reports include a traffic safety survey, recommendations on a potential dog park, the Public Library renovation, and the use of pesticides on public-managed land and recreation facilities.
SCARSDALE ELECTORAL POLICY
Co-chaired by Eli Mattioli, the Scarsdale Electoral Policy Committee studies - and reports impartially on - the local electoral process including nomination of candidates for the School Board, Village Board, and Mayor.
Chaired by Dara Gruenberg and David Irwin, the Program Committee sets the content and programming for the Forum's events that are open to the Public. The schedule usually includes, State of the Village, State of the Schools, State of the County, and a series of "Sunday Speakers" focusing on Scarsdale residents such as Anton Seimon SHS Graduate who studies extreme weather, Linda Leavitt former editor of Inquirer, and local artist Simone Kestelman.
Co-chaired by Robert Harrison, the recreation committee considers how Scarsdale can utilize its funding and facilities in ways that benefit our community.
Chaired by and Darlene Lefrancois Haber, the Sustainability committee studies and reports upon a wide range of issues relating to the environmental impact of our Village services, facilities, and management; from food scrap composting to the use of pesticides on publicly managed land.