We are very sorry to report that we did not win the Democratic Primary election on Sept 12. We had very much wanted to run in November on that ballot line. All of our candidates are registered Democrats.
We believe that the people of Spring Valley deserve a Mayor who is respectful, competent and honest. Emilia White embodies all of these qualities. We offer the voters a choice on November 7th. They can have White, DosReis, and Clerveaux – a team that has earned your trust by standing up for your children against powerful interests that were destroying their schools. A team that has earned your trust by standing up to slumlords. A team that has earned your trust by opposing the abolition of the tax assessor, a move which which resulted in doubling many homeowners taxes while giving huge breaks to corporations and slumlords.
For these reasons, we ask for your support and your vote on the Reform Party Line on November 7.
Our candidates participated in today’s Ecuadorean Parade, presented by the Ecuadorean Association of Spring Valley. Spring Valley Trustee Emilia White (Our candidate for Mayor) received a special honor and certificate from the AESV for her support of the parade. Trustee candidates Chevon DosReis and Eustache Clerveaux also came and participated in the event.
The Journal News is reporting that state assembly members are questioning whether the S-STAR program may be illegal. Our candidate for Mayor, Emilia White, opposed the abolition of the assessor which caused this catastrophe in the first place.
Tonight, 8/15/17 at 7:00 PM at village Hall there will be a meeting of the spring valley board of trustees. Items sure to be discussed are the tax catastrophe and more gentrification plans. The public is welcome to attend and comment!
This year Spring Valley property tax payers got hit with huge increases.
Our candidate for Mayor, Emilia White, opposed abolishing the assessor’s office, which caused this catastrophe for the people of Spring Valley.
The new assessments favor corporations over homeowners. It isn’t fair and it isn’t right.
The people of Spring Valley don’t deserve double digit tax increases.
We will do whatever it takes to get a fair assessment for every village property owner.
Our Campaign kickoff was a huge success! Thanks to everyone who came out; thanks to Leonardo Vera for his wonderful music, and thanks to News 12, Patch and The Rockland County Democratic Committee for promoting it!
The next step is getting petitions signed. You can sign up to help us with this important task, or any of the many other tasks that will be needed, on our volunteer sign-up page.
We are also seeking donations to our campaign. Whatever you can give now will help us to buy the literature, signs, and other advertising that any campaign needs to get its message to the voters. Please use PalPal, but you can send a check also. The information is on our donation page.
New additions to our program for May 31:
We will have musical entertainment by singer-songwriter Leonardo Vera!
WE will have a presentation by Micheal Miller about CUPON (Citizens United to Protect Our Neighborhoods) and how we in Spring Valley can be active in this organization!
We will also have light refreshments and of course information about our candidates, and how you can be part of the campaign.