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Vadim Malinsky for RIRA Common Council from Westview

Vadim Malinsky, Common Council Candidate from Westview.
Vadim Malinsky, Common Council Candidate from Westview.

The Daily offers free, unedited space for all candidates for the RIRA Common Council and its offices. Vadim Malinsky hopes to represent Westview.

Hi, I am Vadim Malinsky, a senior executive at Bloomingdale’s working for corporate communications and technology department. I have lived on the island for over 8 years and consider it my home. I also volunteer for the United States Coast Guard in Auxiliary Flotilla 10-5 Battery Park. I have organized several community events on Roosevelt Island like pilaf Saturdays on Farmers Market, dj for International Dinner at P.S.217, various cultural and educational picnics on the river, etc. I used to be involved in designing a website for Main Street newspaper with Dick. I have B.S. in Information Systems and M.S. in Global Trade. I enjoy participating in cultural and educational community development projects. Please vote for me.

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