Blase J. Spinozzi, Chairperson
Trudy Holand, Secretary
Trudy Holand and her spouse have lived in the Greenburgh community over forty years during which time Ms. Holand has been a proud homemaker and mother. While her three children attended the Ardsley schools, Ms. Holand was a very active volunteer in the school community in various capacities. Despite her busy schedule in community affairs, Ms. Holand was engaged in her self-founded business as an event planner.
Ms. Holand has served on numerous town boards, to wit, president of the East Rumbrook Dog Park, and as a board member of Greenburgh Parks and Recreation.
In 2014, while president, the East Rumbrook Dog Park was awarded the Greenburgh Parks and Recreation Commissioner’s Community Service Award .
Ms. Holand presently is an active congregant of the Woodlands Community Temple and serves on various committees therein.
Presently, Ms. Holand remains as president of the Rumbrook Dog Park, a member of the Greenburgh Parks and Recreation Board, and secretary of the Greenburgh Board of Ethics.
Timothy Hays has been a resident of Hastings-on-Hudson since 1996. A former journalist, he is a literary and film agent, editor, and speechwriter.
Jacqueline has been a resident of Hartsdale since 2018 and has enjoyed getting to know the community. During the day, Jacqueline works in Advertising Sales, but she has always had a passion for law, and ethical questions. In years past, Jacqueline has worked with many non-profit organizations to help launch their advocacy campaigns, which was quite rewarding. She is excited to offer another perspective and to serve on the Board of Ethics.