Neversink’s town council race has two open seats and three candidates: Diana K. Weiner, Democrat; Nicole Gorr, Republican and Conservative; and James Schmidt, …
Neversink’s town council race has two open seats and three candidates: Diana K. Weiner, Democrat; Nicole Gorr, Republican and Conservative; and James Schmidt, Republican.
Throughout my career, I have volunteered, promoted and celebrated community enhancement programs across America, advising, creating and developing communities folks are proud to live in.
As a Trustee for Time and the Valleys Museum and a judge for America in Bloom, I have a clear vision for Neversink’s future. We can preserve our past as we look to a future that can hold a walkable connection from the school to the ballpark and library, provide access to transportation, accelerate full broadband service, attract year-round local businesses, and recreate a seasonal Farmers Market for local access to fresh food and the SNAP program.
I built a Master Gardener Volunteer Program for Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County. I was Superintendent of Parks and Grounds for Mohonk Mountain House and responsible for 2,200 acres. I developed a volunteer program at the Pennsylvania Horticulture Society, recreated a four-ecosystem public park for Friends of High School Park, and helped volunteers, businesses and municipalities improve their towns at Sullivan Renaissance.
I own Story’s Neversink Plant Company with my husband John Story, where we raise and sell rare succulents and interesting plants. For the past several years I have served as Vice Chair of the Town of Neversink Democratic Committee.
Let’s build a better town by working together on a progressive future model while keeping our “small town” feel.
I humbly ask for your vote on Election Day.
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