Born and raised in the Bronx, Stephen B. Kaufman is a graduate of Stuyvesant High School. He attended Hunter College and received his law degree from Washington College of Law at the American University.
Stephen B. Kaufman began his legal career in the Bronx as an assistant district attorney and then law secretary to a Bronx Civil Court Judge. He was elected to the New York City Council in 1974 from the Throggs Neck and Co-Op City neighborhoods, and served proudly for 14 years. In 1988 he was elected to the New York State Assembly in 1988, where he served for 18 years and held many leadership roles including Assistant Majority Whip, Chair of the Administrative Regulations Review Commission and Chair of the Election Law Committee.
Stephen B. Kaufman is wholly involved in the life of the Bronx. He is currently the president of the Throggs Neck Merchants Association, and is involved in countless projects to help the people of the Bronx. In the past, he has served as the Co-Chair of the Pelham Bay Landfill Task Force as well as the chair of the Bronx Israel Bond Drive and the Bronx United Jewish Appeal.
Stephen B. Kaufman has dedicated his life to fighting for the people of the Bronx. He continues to reside in the Bronx today, and is tireless in his campaign to uplift and help the people of his borough.
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On the agenda for this month will be new merchant member announcements, any merchant member issues, the TNMA status report and our co-sponsor for this month's meeting, Tommy Melendez, from Master Graphics NYC.
In this month's issue: Throggs Neck Street Fair • TNMA Street Fair Ativities • Magical Mystery Tour • EastTremont Streetscape Update • Management of post physical therapy • A Retirement Income Planning Primer • 10 Reasons to Shop Local • A Business Service Born From The ‘Shop Local’ Movement • Do You Have A Mold Problem In Your Home?
Board members from the Throggs Neck Merchant Association along with Frank Molinini met representatives from the Bronx Borough Presidents office and BOEDC on Tuesday April 9, 2013.
The following Merchants have contributed funds to make the East Tremont Holiday Lights possible. Without the support of these merchants the holiday lights would not be possible, so please patronize their establishments whenever possible.
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