YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Current Yorktown Supervisor, and candidate for reelection, Susan Siegel received endorsement from the New York League of Conservation Voters today.
Yorktown needs someone who can lead it down a more sustainable, community-minded path in line with our current agenda and initiatives, said Nanette Bourne, chair of NYLCVs Westchester Chapter. That's why the New York League of Conservation Voters is proud to endorse Supervisor Susan Siegel for re-election.
In a press release announcing Siegels endorsement, the organization cited Siegels sustainable and community-based projects as cause for their endorsement.
She has supported a Tree Preservation Law to preserve 70 percent of Yorktowns forest, encouraged usage of the towns sewage treatment plant, and introduced a business revitalization program to facilitate the reuse of existing vacant commercial space, read the release. They also cited her passion for environmental responsibility with the eco-friendly heating and oil program in the town.
Im honored that the League of Conservation Voters has endorsed my reelection campaign, Siegel said. Its all the more meaningful because I always strive to strike a balance between environmental needs and spending taxpayer dollars. The best actions are those that save the environment and save money.
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