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Briarcliff Caucus Announces Candidates for Village Office

The annual nominating meeting will be held in the middle school theater on Wednesday, Jan. 8.

Photo credit: Michael Nocella
Photo credit: Michael Nocella

The following is a press release from the People’s Caucus of Briarcliff Manor:

The Caucus’ Annual Nominating Meeting will be held in the Briarcliff Middle School Theater on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 8 p.m. At this meeting the Caucus members will nominate candidates for two Trustee positions, and the Caucus’ Executive Committee.

The Executive Committee of the People's Caucus of Briarcliff Manor is pleased to announce that the following residents of the Village have indicated their intention to seek the Caucus' Nomination for Village offices:

  • Village Trustee – Mark Pohar, 14 Satinwood Lane
  • Village Trustee – Cesare J. Derose, Jr., 333 North State Road

The Executive Committee has also been informed by incumbent Trustee, Robert Murray that he has decided not seek re-election. We thank Robert for his dedicated service to the Village as Trustee as well as his five years as a member of the Planning Board and wish him the best of luck in all his future endeavors.

On Wednesday, Jan. 15, those persons nominated for local elected office will participate in a debate/meet the candidates meeting, where the public will have the opportunity to ask them questions.  This meeting will be held in the Middle School Theater at 8 p.m.

Should any local elected position be contested, a voting meeting will be held on

Jan. 22 in the Village Youth Center.  Voting hours are 3 p.m to 9 p.m., or by proxy.

PatchRat January 07, 2014 at 08:25 AM
Please take a few moments to read our recent blog posts regarding Village government elections here in Briarcliff. Here is an excerpt from the post titled Challenge The Peoples Caucus, followed by a link to the full post: “Here in the Village of Briarcliff Manor, the Mayor and Village Trustee positions are filled by a rather Un-American, Non-Democratic, insider-driven and controlled, one-party system - The Peoples Caucus…..” Read more here: http://pleasantville.patch.com/groups/the-briarcliff-times/p/briarcliff-village-elections--challenge-the-peoples-caucus Here is an excerpt from the post titled “Why YOU Should Run for Briarcliff Village Trustee,” followed by a link to the full post: “This is an update to our previous blog post regarding our Bizarre, Un-American, Non-Democratic, Insider-Driven and Controlled, One-Party System for Village elections here in Briarcliff.” Read more here: http://pleasantville.patch.com/groups/the-briarcliff-times/p/why-you-should-run-for-briarcliff-village-trustee
PatchRat January 07, 2014 at 08:38 AM
Update: The Peoples Caucus made the following announcement today: " Larisa Wayne-Paulmeno has notified us that she also has decided to seek the Caucus Nomination for the Board of Trustees, in addition to previously announced residents Mark Pohar and Cesare J. Derose, Jr." The language of the notice above is interesting as it clearly points out that this THIRD candidate (for two open spots) "has informed" the Caucus of their intention to enter the race. In other words, the new candidate was not part of the secretive selection process where the Caucus pre-selects candidates and runs them unopposed. This candidate is inserting themselves into the process. Sigh...now there will be an election and a debate. But everyone is running on the same party line. While this certainly makes things more interesting, I continue to call for a candidate (or candidates) to run as OPPOSITION candidates to the Peoples Caucus candidates. Here in the United States, we have a multi-party democracy.

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