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David Menken, Dem. Candidate for Bedford Town Justice

Menken is an attorney in White Plains, and previously served as Mount Kisco's Village Attorney.

General Information

Name : Mr. David A. Menken
Age : 57
Place of residence : Bedford, New York



Attended college : Yes
College : Johns Hopkins University
Degree : B.A. with Honors
Year of graduation : 1977

Grad school

Ph D.

University : New York University School of Law
Area of research : Law
Year of graduation : JD - 1981

Employment Information

Job titles held : NA
Employers : NA

Political Information

Party affiliation : Democrat
Running for a: Local office
Running for position: Bedford Town Justice
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : County Legislature, 2nd District - 2003 Bedford Town Justice - 2009

Party HQ

Address P.O. Box 60
New York

Campaign Manager

Name : Bea Rhodes
Title : Campaign Manager


Website : www.menken2012.com
Facebook : David Menken for Bedford Town Justice

Other facts

I live in Bedford Village with my wife Julie and my two children, Jacob (a grad student at the University of Vermont) and Emily (a sophomore at Johns Hopkins). I currently serve the community as (a) Chairman of the Bedford Zoning Board of Appeals, (b) President of the Bedford Village Fire Department, where I also serve as a firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, and (c) Vice Chair of the County Charter Revision Commission, which is tasked with revamping County government to make it less costly and more responsive to the needs of the people. I am an attorney in White Plains, and previously served as Mount Kisco's Village Attorney and as a member of the Mount Kisco Board of Ethics. As a father of two children who were educated from Kindergarten through 12th Grade in the Bedford Central schools, I understand the concerns of parents with children in our community. As Town Justice, I will make sure that everyone who appears before the Court is treated fairly and with respect.


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