Trustee Noreen Reynolds–
Today, is a sad day in that it is the last meeting for Trustee Noreen Reynolds as an elected official. People don’t realize how much work goes into being an elected official until you actually have done it. Trustee Reynolds has served on the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees for 23 years. She has been our liaison to the George C. Bullis Community Center, Liaison to the Building Department, the Holiday Decorations Committee, Maybrook Day Committee and the Beautification Committee. Trustee Reynolds has been very instrumental in our revitalization efforts of our village. Trustee Noreen Reynolds was a Deputy Mayor for 16 years, 9 of those years were next to me. In March 2017, Trustee Reynolds had met with me and informed me that she would not be running for reelection in 2018. This would be her last term. Trustee Reynolds cares very deeply about this village. She is the first female Deputy Mayor ever in the Village of Maybrook. She has been by my side every step of the way in our revitalization efforts of our village. During our conversation, she acknowledged that the Village Board would be moving forward economic development in the coming year. She knew the economic development was moving forward and that Bob Pritchard’s work load would increase. Deputy Mayor Noreen Reynolds volunteered to step down as Deputy Mayor and pass the torch onto Trustee Bob Pritchard. She decided it was the right move for the village. That is the Noreen Reynolds that a lot of people don’t know. As the Mayor of the Village of Maybrook, I want to thank my former Deputy Mayor Noreen Reynolds for her dedication, her service of 23 years to the Village of Maybrook and the residents of our great village. I wish her nothing but the best in health and happiness! Noreen, you made a difference in our village for the past 23 years.
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy