The Community Party of the Village of Lansing

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Carolyn Greenwald for Trustee

Planning Board Member since 2015 Attorney, Author, Small Business Owner

I have lived in the Ithaca area since arriving as a Cornell student in 1990. I first lived in the Village during law school in the late 90s and moved here permanently in 2007 with my husband and three sons.

I am an attorney and the author of four books, two professional and two written for fun. I have served on the Village Planning Board for the past six years. I am active in a variety of local non-profit organizations including the Ithaca Children’s Garden and Syracuse Speed Skating Club, and previously in the Family Reading Partnership, Franziska Racker Centers, and the Cayuga Heights Elementary School PTA.

My Goals as a Trustee:

  • Invite and consider input from the residents on all important Village matters.
  • Continue to sustain Village infrastructure and services in a fiscally responsible manner.
  • Expand and support business development; seek creative solutions for The Shops at Ithaca Mall.
  • Consider alternative energy solutions for the Village and residents; address the NYSEG gas moratorium.
  • Expand the walkability of our Village; proactively add sidewalks, especially where safety is an issue.
  • Increase and improve public park spaces and Village trails.

The Village is a fantastic place to live with a wonderful community. With proper planning and management, we can foster development and business growth while enhancing the livability of our community.

I have been honored to represent our Village for the past 6 years and look forward to working towards its continued improvement.

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This entry was posted on April 16, 2021 by in Uncategorized.

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The Community Party is dedicated to bringing together residents of the Village of Lansing, New York, irrespective of national political affiliation, to maintain a livable place in which to reside and work, to preserve important open spaces, and to provide for orderly, controlled development. Open communication and a thrifty budget are top priorities.
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