He is member of the Board of Directors of the Plattsburgh Rotary Club and the Plattsburgh Roller Derby League. He serves as chairman for the arts for the Clinton County Task Force Steering Committee Vision2Action.
He is a campaign committee member for Clinton Community College’s Clearly Clinton Campaign and serves as a member of the Special Events Committee of the Clinton Community College Foundation.
As well, he serves as a member of the Special Events Committee for the CVPH Foundation. He is a member of the art advisory board for Plattsburgh International Airport and is an ambassador for the North Country Chamber of Commerce.
He is an active member of the Downtown Association and the Adirondack Young Professionals, and he is a volunteer for the American Heart Association Plattsburgh Heart Walk and the Go Red for Women dinner.
In addition, he is a small-business owner with a vested interest in the revitalization and economic success of downtown Plattsburgh.
If you’ve worked with Josh at a North Country Lumber Jill’s event or at a CVPH fundraising themed party or simply sat beside him at a noon luncheon Rotary Club meeting, you know you will have found him unfailingly patient, attentive and committed to his task at hand.
You will have found someone who while working on finer details, sees the larger picture, envisions a brighter future, for the City of Plattsburgh.
The adage “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it” bears great truth.
In Joshua Kretser, you will find a representative who is sincere, conscientious, and forthright.
Please join me in voting for Joshua Kretser on Nov. 5.
LISA D. LEWIS
TO THE EDITOR: AFSCME members provide a key service to the city, so as both members and taxpayers, it’s key to us that the operations of the city remain on course.