We’ve worked hard to support our merchants because we understand that our business hamlets are the economic heart of our community —
• Rob Greenstein founded the Chappaqua-Millwood Chamber of Commerce and started the Shop Local Campaign. He is the driving force behind the Town Board’s efforts to rejuvenate the Chappaqua and Millwood business hamlets. He brought family fun events such as Rev & Bevs Car Show, Sunday Scramble, PAWS Walk and New Castle Family Fun Run to downtown Chappaqua.
• Adam Brodsky is leading our Chappaqua Infrastructure and Streetscape Project to make downtown Chappaqua a place where the community comes together and business thrive. He has worked tirelessly on creating a sustaining, attractive, healthy and vibrant downtown that enhances the quality of life for residents. Residents can look forward to new, wider sidewalks, attractive new public spaces, new crosswalks and traffic/parking improvements that will make it safer and more enjoyable to walk around our downtown.
• Lisa Katz is leading our Arts & Culture Committee and working hard to make the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center at Chappaqua Crossing a cultural destination. Lisa is the Town Board’s liaison to the Chappaqua Farmers Market. Promoting the Chappaqua Farmers Market, the Chappaqua Flea Market, Art Under the Bridge and events like Lawn Chair Theater have helped enhance the vibrancy of downtown Chappaqua and provide it with a sense of place.
Let us build on our momentum and bring our Town to the next level. There’s more to do, and we are in the best position to do it! We accessible, responsive and focused on the quality of life for our residents. We are focused on local issues because Local Matters!