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  Abinanti, Thomas J.
NameThomas J. Abinanti
Address291 Bear Ridge Rd
Pleasantville, New York , United States
Born 00, 1947 (72 years)
Last ModifedRBH
Dec 30, 2014 01:05am
Tags Italian - Liberal - Pro-Choice - ACLU -
InfoDate of birth speculative.

Tom Abinanti is serving his ninth term as a Westchester County Legislator. He represents the 12th District, which includes Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings, Ardsley and most of unincorporated Greenburgh (including East Irvington, Central Greenburgh, Hartsdale and Edgemont).

Tom earned his B.A. in Political Science from Fordham College and his J.D. from New York University Law School. He lives with his wife and their children in the Orchard Hill section of Greenburgh, where he also has his own private law practice.

During his first eight terms, he twice served as the Majority Leader - the first Democratic Majority Leader in the history of the Westchester Legislature. He also served as Chair of various committees: Legislation, Health, Community Affairs, and Rules. He presently serves as chair of
the Committee on the Environment and Energy.

Previously, Tom served two terms as Greenburgh Town Councilman.

Tom Abinanti is a practicing attorney with an office in Greenburgh. He was Legislative Counsel to a member of Congress and staff Counsel to the New York State Assembly Speaker and various Assembly committees. He served as a Prosecuting Attorney for the Villages of Ardsley and Dobbs Ferry. He represented the Greenburgh Housing Authority and served as pro bono attorney for the Westchester Coalition for Legal Abortion.

In over 30 years of public service and community activity, Tom Abinanti has gained a full understanding of how government works and a broad knowledge of Greenburgh and Westchester.

Tom brings to the Westchester Legislature extensive experience in the legislative process and the enforcement of local laws, as well as a deep concern for the quality of life in our community.



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