Clarkstown School Board Candidate To Hold Meet & Greet Events

David Gosman, one of eight candidates running for two seats on the Clarkstown Board of Education, is holding a series of Open Houses this week.

The events are to help district residents get to know him. 

If you would like to attend any of these meet-and-greets:
email gosmanrsvp@gmail.com 

The address will be sent to you.

May 12
New City
7:00 PM-9:00 PM

May 13
8:00 PM

May 15
Note: You may also meet BOE Candidate Darin Diamond at this event.
New City
7:00 PM

May 16
Lunch will be served
West Nyack
11:30 AM to 1:30 PM

May 19
New city
7:00 PM

The eight candidates on the ballot for the school board election and budget vote May 20 are: 

  • Karen Policar, 36 Cypress Street, New City
  • Sean Magee, 11 Patricia Avenue, Congers
  • Darin Diamond, 49 Woodhaven Drive, New City 
  • Christian Jauntig, 58 Winfield Avenue, New City
  • Phillip DeGaetano, 36 Sharon Drive, New City 
  • David Gosman, 2 Muller Court, New City
  • George Ballane, 73 Leona Avenue, New City
  • Jay Papp, 199 Van Houten Fields, West Nyack 

The Clarkstown PTA Council hosted a Candidates Night in April. Watch a video of the event on the school district website.

Lanning Taliaferro May 12, 2014 at 05:52 PM
Yup, Native Rocklander, your first post contained language that violated the terms of use.
native rocklander May 12, 2014 at 06:02 PM
Really? Interesting, I will definitely remember that butt is now considered profanity. I look forward to seeing your equitable enforcement of the terms of service, forgive me if I don't hold my breath though, blue isn't my color.
Robert Ward Kurkela May 12, 2014 at 10:59 PM
"Or was the offense pointing out the obvious preferential treatment of certain hamlets within Clarkstown?" Wow.
Robert Ward Kurkela May 12, 2014 at 11:05 PM
Mike Hirsch, awesome to hear that you support David!
David Gosman May 13, 2014 at 09:39 AM
Last night's Meet and Greet was great - looking forward to meeting more members of our community tonight!


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