Jerry Landsberg will be seeking reelection for his fourth full term as commissioner for the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District (GNWPCD) on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The unopposed election will be held from 1 to 9 p.m. at the GNWPCD headquarters, 236 East Shore Rd., and Great Neck House, 14 Arrandale Ave.
“It would be a privilege to continue serving the Great Neck community and working to implement technologies and initiatives that protect our environment and keep taxes low for our residents,” said the Kensington resident. “The district is one of the highest performing, most environmentally friendly wastewater treatment centers in the northeast due to the dedication of our entire team.”
During Landsberg’s most recent term, he spearheaded numerous initiatives and technological advancements, ensuring that the district is delivering long-lasting value to the community. Landsberg helped secure a $50,000 grant enabling district headquarters to be ADA compliant and advocated for environmentally friendly and cost-effective projects including a microturbine, co-generation facility and grease-receiving station.
Due to Landsberg’s continued dedication to bettering the wastewater treatment facility, the district received the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) New York Engineering Excellence Platinum Award last year. This prestigious honor was awarded in the energy category for pioneering sustainable technology.
“I am extremely proud of the accomplishments the district has made over the past
decade,” said Landsberg. “I humbly ask for your vote on Dec. 5 as together—along with Commissioner Reiter and Commissioner Katz—we will continue to work vigorously for all district residents.”
—Submitted by the candidate