Dear Harrison Residents, Election Day is fast approaching. I’d like to take this one last opportunity to tell you about myself, and I’ll start at the very beginning: I’m Frank Gordon and I’m running for Mayor. Let me tell you why I’m running and why I’d like your vote on or before November 2nd. I […]
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Dear Friends and Neighbors: Residents have expressed concerns that my opponent in the election for mayor, a town board member and licensed electrician, is frequently paid directly or through his company to perform private electrical work in our town. They ask: “Isn’t that a conflict of interest?” For projects involving substantial electrical work, my opponent […]
Dear Friends and Supporters: Some municipalities have turned to private contractors for municipal sanitation services. We are skeptical that a profit-maximizing enterprise can deliver the same high-quality services as our municipal workers at lower cost. Privatization of municipal services is, in fact, a favored strategy of the other side of the political spectrum. However, its […]
Harrison, NY – The Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee (FCPC) ruled in September that Harrison United had engaged in unfair campaign practices by making baseless attacks against Moving Harrison Forward. These rulings confirm that Harrison United deliberately made unsubstantiated allegations in a foiled attempt to gain political advantage. Frank Gordon, Moving Harrison Forward’s mayoral […]
Dear Friends and Supporters: The high cost of food at our local supermarkets can make feeding a family a challenge for some Harrison residents. Amy Benerofe, founder and president of Our New Way Garden has been a trailblazer in addressing food insecurity locally. The Moving Harrison Forward team ardently supports Ms. Benerofe’s inspirational work and […]
Dear Friends and Supporters: The emotional and physical toll from the storm can make applying online for governmental aid daunting. Having face-to-face contact with trained governmental representatives can make all the difference. On Sunday, mayoral candidate Frank Gordon accompanied beloved Harrison ISG Gymnastics owner Gina Ryan to the Disaster Recovery Center (169 Mt Pleasant Ave.) […]
Dear Friends and Supporters: This weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. There is perhaps no more appropriate occasion than this to express our views on law enforcement and other uniformed personnel. Our commitment and support for the Harrison Police Department is second to none. Resident safety and protection […]
Dear Friends and Supporters: Our town ordinances are complex and can be a source of frustration to non-attorney residents. One of the most frequent requests I receive as a Town Board member is to help residents who have projects under consideration by the Town’s land use boards: our Planning Board, Zoning Board, and Architectural Review […]