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Cardwell and Pringle closing campaign statement: Seek opportunity ‘to bring some of your ideas and dreams into reality’

Editor’s note: This closing campaign statement was provided by Mark Cardwell and Kate Pringle, who are running for Village of Pelham Manor trustee on the Democratic and Manor Together Party lines. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

As the Pelham Manor election season comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone for their ideas, advice and kind words. The best part about campaigning has been talking with so many of you, who care about our community and are eager to talk about ideas for what we can do to make our hometown even better. The experience has reinforced everything we love about Pelham Manor, and reminded us of what an amazing group of people we are privileged to call neighbors. We hope you will give us the opportunity to work with you to bring some of your ideas and dreams into reality. We would be so honored to work with you to ensure that we preserve the Village we love, solve our flooding problems, protect and care for our neighbors and bring greater vitality and quality of life. However the election is resolved, we are glad that the election gave us all the opportunity to engage, to talk with each other and to think about all that we can achieve together. Thank you to Breda Bennett and Maurice Owen-Michaane, and to everyone who serves this community in every way. We are all so lucky to call this wonderful Village our home.

Mark Cardwell and Kate Pringle

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