Dana Levenberg currently serves in her second term as Ossining Town Supervisor.

 

Her focus has been on working with the community, staff and professionals to make Ossining a healthy community in every sense of the word: economically, environmentally, and physically and ensuring the mind, body and spirit of all those who live, work, visit and play here are supported.

Dana Levenberg  is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.

Elizabeth ( Liz ) Feldman is an Ossining Town Councilwoman running for Re-election this coming November. 

A lifelong resident of Ossining, Liz has served on the Town Council since 2016.

She has been the liaison to the Ossining and Briarcliff Fire Departments, OVAC, Mid Hudson Ambulance district, Green Ossining, Ossining Chamber of Commerce, Ossining Historical Society, Ossining Boat and Canoe Club, Village of Ossining and Village of Ossining water department. She has also served as the first female Commodore of the Ossining Boat and Canoe Club.

Ms. Feldman works as a Dental Hygienist and has two college age children who graduated from Ossining High School.

Elizabeth Feldman is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.

Greg has a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Fordham University and a Juris Doctor from Hofstra University. As a licensed Attorney, Greg has spent his career in public service. Greg's previous positions in government include; Director and Counsel to the State Senate Committee on Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Parks & Recreation, Chief of Staff to State Senator Jose Serrano and Assistant Westchester County Attorney.  Currently, Greg serves as the Chief of Staff to Senator Peter Harckham.

 

In addition, to his professional experience, Greg has a litany of volunteer experience. He is a current member, and past President, of the Ossining Lions Club. Greg also served on the Village's Planning Board and now serves on the Village's Zoning Board.

 

Greg grew up on Long Island and today resides in the Sparta section of Ossining  with his wife, Katie, and young son, Griffin.

Greg Meyer is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.

Susanne Donnelly has called Ossining her home for over 34 years.   Sue and her husband Henry raised their sons in Ossining where the boys attended Ossining Schools.  

Having already served in many roles in our Community from Village of Ossining Trustee to Town of Ossining Supervisor, she is looking to take on one more role.  The Town and Village Clerk position is important to the residents and business owners of Ossining.  Sue is looking to take the legacy of the retiring MaryAnn Roberts to the next level.  After investigating best practices of other communities and the software currently used by the Town and Village she will be implementing software programs that will enable everyone to access the information they need or to apply for licenses from the comfort of their own home or office. While everyone is welcome to come to the Clerk’s office it is often not convenient.  We will continue to build on MaryAnn’s legacy of transparency and customer service.    

Sue has been a part of this Community for many years, participating in:
Boy Scouts -Fund Raiser Chair and Committee Chair during the 10 years she participated.  

Youth of Ossining Project - taking our youth on high adventure trips, many of our young people would not have had these experiences without this program.  Now adults the participants found new passions that they continue to participate in many years later.

Ossining Rotary - active member for over 12 years taking on leadership roles for many of those years.  

Currently -
Village of Ossining Chair of the Zoning  Board of Appeals.

President and Station Manager for the Greater Ossining TV - Public Access Station.  

President of the Kiwanis Club of Greater Ossining 

President of the Friends of Richard G Wishnie Park - soon to evolve into the Friends of All Ossining Parks 

Member of the Board of Directors for the Mid Hudson Ambulance District. 

Susanne Donnelly is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.

Judge Mark I. Reisman has served as Ossining Town Court Justice since 2016.  This court is one of the busiest in New York State. He presides over calendar calls, trials, and hearings of all matters that come before the Court and handles off hours arraignments of arrested individuals, and researches and writes decisions.  Judge Reisman believes that having well-qualified and experienced judges, who are committed to seeing that justice is done, is critical to our judicial system and our democracy.

 

Prior to becoming Town Justice, Judge Reisman served for almost six years as Deputy Town Attorney for the Town of Ossining.  During that time he was Town Prosecutor for traffic and code violation matters, represented the Town of Ossining in litigated tax certiorari proceedings, and advised the Town Council, the Town Supervisor and committees on various legal matters.

Judge Reisman has been in private practice for more than 30 years. His broad range of experiences in the courtroom have made him a seasoned professional with the right judicial temperament --balancing the rule of law with the human condition. He is known to be a judge who is committed to upholding the highest standards of our justice system and believes that a courtroom should be run so that all parties are treated fairly with dignity and respect. 

For more than 25 years, Judge Reisman and his wife, Rika Levin, have resided in Ossining.  Their two children are Ossining natives. 

Judge Mark I. Reisman is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.

Benjamin L. Felcher Leavitt is an attorney at Leavitt Legal PLLC, specializing in criminal law and litigation. He graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota Law School where he served as Editor on the Journal Law and Inequality and also received an award from the Law School's Public Service Program. 

 

Ben began his legal career as a public defender and has carried a dedication to safeguarding litigants' rights from that day forward in both criminal and civil litigations.  In his current practice, Ben maintains a criminal defense practice, is a certified mediator for the Unified Court System and, more recently, also acts as special counsel to the Town of Ossining. 

 

Ben teaches qigong in Ossining and leads Mindfulness Meditation for Lawyers through the Westchester County Bar Association.   Attorney, counselor, mediator -- Ben sees the law as a healing profession and hopes to carry that compassionate, level headed approach to the Town Court. 

 

Ben is also the father of two children in the dual language program in the Ossining Schools.

Benjamin L. Felcher Leavitt  is endorsed by the Town Of Ossining Democratic Committee.