It’s time to re-elect Patty Katz Dec. 13 as commissioner of the Great Neck
Water Pollution Control District. As a longtime neighbor I know that Patty is a dedicated
individual who has initiated much during her tenure working energetically to guide our district with evolving ideas.
She organized Shed the Meds, informing residents of dangers of casual disposal of medications. She fought for over $12 million in grants for upgrades to
the facility and helped lead the state in the important effort to test wastewater for Covid 19 and polio.
Patty Katz has made strenuous efforts to help lead educational events to foster evolving
environmental awareness such as benefits of disposing wipes properly, the importance of creating native and pollinator gardens to protect our bee and butterfly population, and the benefits of solar energy.
She is known to be an excellent organizer and has received numerous awards for her outstanding service from Nassau County and Town of North Hempstead. Patty is both a listener and a doer.
Please show your support by voting on Dec. 13.
Polls open from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 236 East Shore Rd, Great Neck – Vista Hill Rd. entrance.