Mary Lambert will make an outstanding trustee for Hastings-on-Hudson — the kind guaranteed to have a positive and meaningful impact on our community. I know this because I worked closely with her last year on the village’s Climate Smart Communities (CSC) Task Force. Thanks to her vision, leadership, and truly impressive work ethic, Mary helped Hastings-on-Hudson become one of the first communities in the state to achieve the Silver designation.

Her passion for ensuring the strength and sustainability of our village, her dedication to our local businesses and village employees — as well as her talent for bringing people together from all backgrounds and viewpoints to take unified action — will serve our community well. I have no doubt Mary will bring to bear her very best work for the good of our village, and I encourage you to join me in electing her to the board of trustees on March 16.

Brad Dunn

Hastings

The writer is a former chair of the Hastings CSC Task Force

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