SBNC Call for Nominations

The Edgemont School Board Nominating Committee (the “SBNC”) will hold an open meeting on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 (snow date – Thursday, January 17) at 7:30pm in the EHS Faculty Lounge to receive nominations for candidates for the Board of Education of the Edgemont Union Free School District #6 at Greenburgh. Three vacancies on the Board of Education will be filled at the general election on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. These three will be created by the expiration of the terms of office for Alec Clarke, Judy Seiff and Nilesh Jain. As of this mailing, Alec and Judy intend to seek election to a second term and Nilesh, who was elected to complete the unexpired term of Ken Orce, intends to seek election to his first complete 3-year term.

The SBNC invites all Edgemont residents to actively participate in the nominating process by urging qualified residents of our community to seek nomination to the Board of Education, submit nomination letters for candidates, and attend the open meeting on January 16, 2019.

Members of the Board of Education, in a strong spirit of volunteerism, serve without compensation. Members are required to attend two public meetings per month (and more at budget time), attend Executive Sessions and undertake the necessary preparation for these functions. Membership on the Board of Education brings a solid sense of community involvement.

The nomination of a candidate to the Board of Education must be made in a letter to me as Chair of the SBNC and must be received before 7:30pm on January 16, 2019. Nominating letters may also be presented in person at the open meeting held that evening. The letter may be written by any qualified voter of the Edgemont School District other than a member (or spouse of a member) of the SBNC. In addition to the name and address of the candidate, the letter must contain a brief biographical sketch of the candidate, including the candidate’s educational background, occupation, participation in civic affairs, the length of residence in the Edgemont School District, and the grade level of any children attending any Edgemont schools and/or the year of graduation of any children who have previously attended Edgemont schools. The letter must also contain a statement indicating that the candidate has consented to serve if nominated and elected. Under the rules of the SBNC, any letter that fails to include these items cannot be accepted. Please address nominating letters to:

Andrea K. Weiss
SBNC Chair
15 Paxford Lane
Scarsdale, NY 10583

Members of the SBNC for the 2018-19 School Year are as follows:

Central Park Avenue Association: Eileen Westler and Josh Berlin
Cotswold Association: Victor Gialleonardo, Ann DeVries and Amy Foote
Edgemont Community Council: Diane Gipstein, Henie Simon and Adriana Andrade
Edgemont High School G.O.: Ariella Zagorsky
Fort Hill Association: Scott Krochek, Jeff Sherwin and Jennifer DeMarrias
Greenridge Association: Shula Darviche, Dana Leff Niedzielska and Sabina Haq
Longview Association: Robin Luband, David Roy and Joan Zolot
Northern Greenville Association: Dylan F. Pyne
Old Edgemont Association: Sharyn Lewis, David Stern and Jennifer Frain
Southern Greenville Association: Mrinal Jahnghani and Hilary Greenburg

The undersigned has been appointed Chair of the SBNC by the Board of Directors of The Edgemont Community Council, Inc. pursuant to its Nominating Committee Rules and Procedures.


Andrea K. Weiss, SBNC Chair and ECC 2nd Vice President (

Vote Today 4PM to 9PM – Greenville Fire District Annual Election

Greenvile Fire Disrict 2

Vote Today!
Polls Open from 4PM to 9PM

The Annual Election of the Greenville Fire District will take place today, Tuesday, December 11, 2018, between the hours of 4:00 P.M. and 9:00 P.M. at Greenville Fire District Headquarters, 711 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale (across from Ben’s Deli), for the purpose of electing:

One commissioner for a FIVE year term, commencing on January 1, 2019 and ending on December 31, 2023.

Incumbent Greenville Fire Commissioner Michael Rappe is running unopposed for a second five-year term.

Edgemont is defined by its school district and its fire district. A large voter turnout in Edgemont, even where the election for fire commissioner is uncontested, will send a strong message to Greenburgh Town Hall that Edgemont fully supports its fire district and does not appreciate recent attempts by town officials to interfere with its orderly administration and independence.

All duly registered residents of the Greenville Fire District as of November 19, 2018 shall be eligible to vote.

ECC Monthly Meeting – December 3, 2018

The Edgemont Community Council will be holding its December 2018 meeting this evening, Monday, December 3rd at 8PM in the Edgemont Junior Senior High School Faculty Lounge.

The agenda can be found on our website.

As always, ECC meetings are open to the public.

ECC Monthly Meeting – November 5, 2018

The Edgemont Community Council will be holding its November 2018 meeting this evening, Monday, November 5th at 8PM in the Edgemont Junior Senior High School Faculty Lounge.

The agenda can be found on our website.

As always, ECC meetings are open to the public.

Join the Edgemont Community Council Today!

Can you believe summer is over and another fall is already here? The Edgemont Community Council is preparing for another productive year – planning our monthly meetings and making sure Edgemont’s voice is heard and interests are represented.

While the ECC does its best to minimize its overhead, working to increase its online presence and relying primarily on online communication methods to reduce printing and mailing costs, there are still expenses that the ECC must bear to continue providing services to the Edgemont community.

Membership dues help support the ECC in representing and advocating for the Edgemont community with respect to zoning, public works, Town budget & taxes, and police matters as well as specific initiatives such as:

  • Overseeing the School Board Nominating Committee
  • Presenting the Silver Bowl Award annually to an Edgemont resident for commitment and exemplary service to the community
  • Publishing and mailing the annual newsletter and other occasional mailings

For only $30 you can join the ECC.

Please, consider supporting the activities of The Edgemont Community Council by becoming a member of the ECC this membership year.

You can pay your $30 membership dues for the membership year ending June 30th, 2019 via the button below or by printing out a membership form and mailing it with a $30 check to our P.O. Box. (see form for mailing address).

Thank you for supporting the ECC! We hope to see you at a future meeting.

The Edgemont Community Council

P.S. Have you ever considered serving your community and getting involved with the ECC? The Nominating Committee is seeking interested community members to fill an alternate-delegate vacancy on the School Board Nominating Committee representing the ECC. If you would like to learn more please contact the Nominating Committee at