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Esther Waldman Declares Victory In Her Bid To Be Elected Finkelstein Library Trustee

Esther Waldman, a longtime Orthodox Jewish educator, declared victory on Tuesday night in her bid to be elected the Finkelstein Library Trustee.

A Title I director in New Square, Waldman’s candidacy focused on enhancing language and literacy enrichment for children, ensuring easy and free access to quality Jewish literature, and making the library more accessible to the frum community.

“I want to thank each and every person who came out to vote today. Because of you, I will be able to effectively advocate for the needs of our community,” Waldman told Monsey Scoop.

“Throughout this campaign I have spoken to so many people who live in this district, and who love and value the library. They have so many great ideas about ways to make the library even better at serving our community. I hope to be an effective voice for everyone who voted, and I will advocate for and work to improve access to language and literacy materials for people district-wide.”

Waldman secure 294 votes in her victory, behind another victor, Vivian Street (332 votes) and ahead of Sandra Duncan (251 votes).

Voters also approved the library’s proposed $9.5 million budget for the 2024-2025 fiscal year, which will include $434,500 for library materials.

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  1. Congratulations!! to our re-elected Vivian Street, and our newly elected Trustees Sandra Duncan, and Esther Waldman, and most importantly our Budget passed we are excited to have a multicultural Board of Trustees. We will have a great year 2024-2025.

    I was elected last year to the board of Trustee. We embraced new ideas that continue to make our patrons, employees and society better.

  2. Thank you Vivian and Darnett. I’m excited to join the Board and work with you. I look forward to meeting you in person soon.


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