Mayor Bruce Kennedy was re-elected for a fourth term last week, in an uncontested election held in the Village of Sea Cliff. He received 155 votes; Edward Lieberman was elected for a second term as village trustee with 162 votes and Dina Epstein was elected to serve her first term as village trustee, receiving 156 votes.
“It is an incredible honor to have been elected to serve a fourth term as mayor of the Incorporated Village of Sea Cliff,” said Kennedy. “What was true when I first was elected in 2009 is still true today—the public wants their leaders to get things done. They want more independence, and less partisanship, and a government that is free of the special interests.”
He added: “We have made incredible strides in the past six years, but there is still progress to be made. I look forward to my continued work with re-elected Trustee Lieberman and to work together with our freshman Trustee Dina Epstein. The loss of Trustee Carol Vogt will leave a void and she will be missed tremendously, but we are committed to march on. The voters have spoken, and now, it’s up to us to deliver. Can we do it? I personally guarantee it. I would like to thank all our residents for their vote of confidence.”
“I would like to thank Civic Progress and the residents of Sea Cliff for their continued support in my re-election to another two year term as Village Trustee,” said Lieberman. “I am deeply honored to be able to serve the village that we all cherish and love. I look forward to working together with Mayor Kennedy and my fellow trustees for the betterment of the Village of Sea Cliff.”