Welcome To The Scarsdale Procedure Committee Website



The nonpartisan election system for the nomination of candidates for Village offices has been a tradition in Scarsdale for many decades. The system is administered by the Procedure Committee, which also conducts the election of qualified residents to serve on the Citizens Nominating Committee (CNC), the group of Scarsdale volunteers who engage in a rigorous, annual process to select candidates for open Village offices. The Non-Partisan Resolution is the document that governs the system.

To run for a position on the 30-member CNC, a candidate submits a brief biographical information form and a nominating petition signed by ten qualified voters from his/her neighborhood.  The application packet including information about the nonpartisan system is posted hereThe CNC's members represent all 5 elementary school neighborhoods: Edgewood, Fox Meadow, Greenacres, Heathcote and Quaker Ridge. Ten new members are typically elected to the CNC each November by qualified Scarsdale voters. 

The 2019 CNC election will be held on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at Village Hall from 7 AM to 9 PM.

CNC voting members now serving in the Class of 2020 are: Becky Bach, Susan Duncan, Dara Gruenberg, Steve Pass, Michelle Lichtenberg, Adie Shore, Eric Lichtenstein, Norbert (Bob) Wolloch, and Gabrielle Wise. CNC voting members now serving in the Class of 2021 are: Sergi Flaster, Linda Killian, Richard Pinto, Jill Spielberg, Alan Lewis, Jon Krisbergh, David Bunzel, Adam Rilander, Larry Dobosh, and Lee Fischman. The non-voting members of the CNC are Marc Greenwald, Chair and Ryan Spicer, Vice Chair.

The members of the 2019-2020 Procedure Committee are: Stephen Baer, Daniel Brown, Eric Cheng, Chair, Marie DiPalma, Madelaine Eppenstein, Sarit Fuchs, Vice Chair, Dan Gerardi, Judy Wenjing Kerr, Amy Laartz, Jon Leslie, Matt Martin, Barry Meiselman, BK Munguia, ML Perlman, Andrew Sereysky, Greg Soldatenko, Peter Tesler, Amber Yusuf, and Anne Zink.