Seward Park Election Results Finally In

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 at 9:45 am by

It took almost a week, but the Seward Park Housing election results are finally in. Eight highly qualified and dedicated individuals ran for four vacancies on the board of directors. Dr. Charles Lieberman came in first place with 503 votes. This was the third straight year he ran for the board. William King came in second place with 488 votes. Incumbent candidate Wei-Li Tjong came in third place with 477 votes. Finally Geordan Goldstein came in fourth place with 471 votes, only six ahead of Norma Ramirez.

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As a fourth-place finisher, Goldstein will serve just the remaining year on Deborah Finston’s term. She resigned from the board. The rest of the winners will serve full three-year terms. Congratulations to all the winners.

Written by Andrew Cohen

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