David Gelfarb ('86) and Michael Kaplowitz ('84) re-elected to the Westchester County Legislature

01.27.14

David Gelfarb ('86) and Michael Kaplowitz ('84) re-elected to the Westchester County Legislature

David B. Gelfarb ('86) has been re-elected the Westchester (New York) County Legislature, where he represents Harrison, Rye Brook, and Port Chester.  He was also named Chairman of the Public Safety Committee.  Prior to being elected to the Board, David served for four years as a Rye Town Councilman.  When Legislator Gelfarb is not working on municipal and county issues, he is a practicing attorney at the law firm of  Moss & Kalish, PLLC in New York, where he focuses on commercial litigation and business planning.

 

Michael B. Kaplowitz (’84) has been re-elected to represent Yorktown, New Castle, and Somers.  He was also elected chairman of the Board of Legislators.  Kaplowitz has lived in Somers since 1989 and has represented the 4th District (Yorktown, New Castle and Somers) since 1998.  He is a budget expert, fiscal conservative, and small business owner who has found and eliminated millions in wasteful Westchester County spending.  He is also a long-time environmentalist and current Chair of the Westchester County Legislature's Environment & Energy Committee, and has helped preserve over 11,000 acres of open space in Westchester.