On Dec. 12, I will be voting for Mark Berger to be the next commissioner of the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District.
Many of us in town aren’t familiar with what the District does, but after listening to Mark speak enthusiastically about the incredible work that they do to ensure that our local waterways stay clean, I cannot stress enough how important of a position this is.
I’ve gotten to know Mark through our interactions as fellow attorneys and as neighbors. During his time as an attorney with the NYPD, Mark fought hard on behalf of the department.
Now, as a supervising attorney in the public interest sector, he successfully manages a team of over 50 attorneys and support staff, a skill that will serve him well in this new role. Mark is defined by so much more than his work, however.
Reading about his experience in Washington DC at the March for Israel and hearing about it first-hand, I know that Mark’s staunch support for Israel is an asset to our community.
The more elected officials in town that are on Israel’s side, the better. Let’s put one more in office. Vote for Mark on Dec. 12.