RYE BROOK, N.Y. Incumbent Paul Rosenberg and newcomer David Heiser were elected to the Rye Brook Village Board of Trustees in an uncontested election, according to unofficial results Tuesday.
Rosenberg received 169 votes and Heiser garnered 177, Tuesday night election results reported.
Heiser will be sworn in to take the place of Trustee Michael Brown, who did not seek a fourth term on the board, on Wednesday, April 4 before the village's regularly scheduled meeting.
"I want to congratulate Paul and David," Rye Brook Mayor Joan Feinstein said. "I'd also like to thank Michael Brown for his service on the board."
Rosenberg, an executive director at JP Morgan Chase Bank, has served on the board of trustees since 2003 and is the current deputy mayor of the village. Previously, Rosenberg served as the chairperson of the Rye Brook Coterminous Town/Village Committee and as a member of the board's vision plan implementation task force.
Heiser is a longtime Rye Brook resident and retired attorney who is currently serving his second term as president of KTI Congregation. Heiser also serves on the village's traffic commission.
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