Veteran Realtor Takes Seat on Clarkstown Council
Real Estate In-Depth | January 20, 2016
NEW CITY—Valerie Moldow, an Associate Broker with Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty of New City, was selected on Tuesday evening to serve on the Clarkstown Town Council.
According to a report in the Journal News, Moldow will fill the position vacated by newly elected Town Supervisor George Hoehmann, who upset six-term Democratic incumbent Alex Gromack last November.
Moldow will face re-election this November and once again in November 2017, when all of Clarkstown’s council seats are up for re-election.
The Realtor who has worked for Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty for more than seven years, said she was “humbled” by her selection and added, “I’ll be using my knowledge, experience, dedication and compassion to get things done.”
The Rockland native and 20-year member of the real estate industry told Real Estate In-Depth in a telephone interview that her experience as an entrepreneur and small business owner will be of benefit to the town. She said her priorities include making sure the town operates in a fiscally responsible manner, finding a solution to the alarming number of distressed properties and providing assistance to the town’s senior citizens.
She told Real Estate In-Depth that she plans to run for election this November.
According to her biography on the Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty website, Moldow began working in the mortgage industry in the 1980s and launched her real estate career in 1996. The Nanuet resident is a graduate of Boston University and according to her Linkedin profile has been an Associate Broker with Keller Williams Hudson Valley Realty since December 2008. For more information see the story in the Journal News.