Great Neck Plaza Mayor Jean Celender elected First VP of NCVOA

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Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen administered the oath of office to Mayor Celender and the NCVOA officers for 2018-2019, including President Ralph Ekstrand, mayor of the Village of Farmingdale, Mayor Celender, 2nd Vice President Edward Lieberman, mayor of the Village of Sea Cliff, and Treasurer Daniel Serota, mayor of the Village of Brookville. (Photo courtesy of NCVOA)
Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Hempstead Town Supervisor Laura Gillen administered the oath of office to Mayor Celender and the NCVOA officers for 2018-2019, including President Ralph Ekstrand, mayor of the Village of Farmingdale, Mayor Celender, 2nd Vice President Edward Lieberman, mayor of the Village of Sea Cliff, and Treasurer Daniel Serota, mayor of the Village of Brookville. (Photo courtesy of NCVOA)

At its June 28, 2018 Annual Meeting the Nassau County Village Officials Association (NCVOA) elected Jean Celender, mayor of the Village of Great Neck Plaza, first vice president for 2018-2019. The NCVOA represents 64 incorporated villages with more than 450,000 residents.

As first vice president, Mayor Celender will play a vital role in establishing NCVOA policies and directing the organization’s efforts on behalf of village residents throughout Nassau County.

Along with Celender, Ralph Ekstrand, mayor of the Village of Farmingdale was elected as president, Sea Cliff Mayor Edward Lieberman became second vice president, and Brookville Mayor Daniel Serota was elected as treasurer.

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