Arnold Drucker Nassau County Legislature District 16 Democrat, Working Families

Arnold Drucker Nassau County Legislature District 16 Democrat, Working Families
Arnold Drucker

Arnold W. Drucker was elected to the Nassau County Legislature in a special election in November 2016 and is now serving his third full term representing the 16th Legislative District, which currently encompasses Plainview, Old Bethpage, Jericho, Syosset, Woodbury, Hicksville, Old Westbury, and Roslyn Heights.

The new district will include Old Bethpage, Plainview, Woodbury, Syosset, Muttontown, Brookville, Old Westbury, and Roslyn Heights.

Within the Legislature, Drucker serves on the Finance, Public Works, and Health & Social Services committees. He is also a ranking member on the Planning, Development, and the Environment and Government Services & Operations committees.

In response to the “Long Island Divided” housing discrimination exposé by Newsday, Drucker led the establishment of a housing discrimination hotline and co-sponsored legislation to create a searchable database of discriminatory property covenants.

Drucker successfully pushed for legislation requiring sexual harassment training for elected officials and department heads within the Nassau County government.

He previously served on the Board of Trustees of Nassau Community College.

Drucker is a lifelong Plainview resident who has served on various boards and participated in local chambers of commerce, including the Plainview Jewish Center’s Board of Trustees. He is an active member of the Plainview-Old Bethpage and Syosset Woodbury Chambers of Commerce.

He and his wife, Franny, enjoy walks throughout the area. They have two grandchildren, adult children, and an extended family.

Drucker is an attorney who received New York State Bar Association Pro Bono Service Awards. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from Rutgers University Law School and is admitted to the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the New Jersey State Bar Association.

Drucker, who is fluent in Spanish, has owned and operated a successful law practice in Queens since 1982, where he serves a primarily Hispanic clientele.

He has lectured over the years on home-buying and real estate transactions and is also a two-time recipient of the New York State Bar Association’s Pro Bono Service Award in recognition of his commitment to providing fair and equal access to legal representation for all.

Drucker said his top three issues are:

  1. He wants to hold Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman’s administration accountable for distributing nearly $270 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds
  2. Correct inaccuracies in the tax roll from the Department of Assessment
  3. Hold the line on taxes for residents.

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