Candidate Statement

Janet Falk Announces for Southtown Representative on the RIRA Common Council

Janet Falk, RIRA Common Council candidate for Southtown
Janet Falk, RIRA Common Council candidate for Southtown

The Daily offers free, unedited space to all RIRA Common Council candidates vying for seats. Here's Janet Falk who hopes to represent Southtown.

I am Janet Falk, a consultant in Public Relations and Marketing Communications and a 10-year resident of Roosevelt Island. I have served on RIRA since 20014. I have served on the Communications Committee and Nominations Committee. I also volunteer for the Cherry Blossom Festival. On behalf of the Roosevelt Island Historical Society, I contributed articles to The Main Street WIRE and the Roosevelt islander blog; I also write about the Roosevelt Island Jewish Congregation for the RI Blog. I enjoy promoting awareness of events and building connections among community groups. Please vote for me in the Southtown delegation.

 

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