CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Croton United has announced its upcoming slate for the November village elections.
Mark Aarons and Dan McNatty will be running for seats on the Croton Village Board.
Aarons lives in Croton with his wife, Karen, and their two sons, Grant and Brady. A 20-year resident of the village, he has been a Cub Scout den leader, baseball and football coach, a member of the Croton-Harmon school district transportation committee, and a five-year member of the Croton Planning Board.
Aarons is a vice president and deputy general counsel for Modell’s and served as a panel member of the American Arbitration Association.
“From my five years on the village planning board, it seems to me that there are so many ways in which to enrich the experience of living in our wonderful village,” said Aarons. “By bringing my 30 plus years as a lawyer to the village board, I believe I can be a valuable asset in facing some of the challenges ahead of us, while focusing on a future full of vitality, hopefulness, and community spirit.”
Dan McNatty, a native of New Zealand, moved to the United States 20 years ago. He has lived in Croton with his wife, Hayley for 10 years and has two sons.
McNatty, who works in finance, has volunteered as treasurer for the Croton Harmon Education Foundation and seven years of coaching Croton AYSO.
“I’m running for Village trustee because I believe I can make a positive impact in the role,” said McNatty. “We face many challenges as a Village, in particular, ensuing we continue to provide the services necessary to maintain the quality of life we enjoy here while doing so in a fiscally responsible manner."
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