Farmingville, NY – On April 6, newly elected Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich (left) was sworn-in at Town Hall with Town Clerk, Donna Lent (right) administering the oath of office. On March 23, Councilmember Kornreich won a special election to complete the four-year term vacated by former Councilwoman and current NYS Supreme Court Justice, Valerie M. Cartright. His current term expires on December 31, 2023.
Councilmember Kornreich represents Town of Brookhaven Council District 1, which includes Stony Brook, Old Field, Poquott, Setauket, East Setauket, Belle Terre, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station and Terryville. Kornreich brings with him a long history of leadership in his community. He has served on the Three Village Board of Education since 2008 as a past Vice President, and until his election was also the President of the Three Village Civic Association. He is also a past President of the North Shore Montessori School in Stony Brook and a past Vice President of the Suffolk County Boys and Girls Club. He resides in Stony Brook with his wife and two daughters.
"I am humbled by the responsibility to my constituency to be their voice in town governance," said Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich. He went on to state, "As a civic leader, I've found that there is so much more that unites us as a community than divides us and I know we will continue to come together to face our challenges together." Kornreich said that he’s looking forward to joining his colleagues on the Town Council and the many professionals in town hall who work hard every day to make Brookhaven a great place to live and work.
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