Assemblyman Ari Brown (R-Cedarhurst), who also serves as Deputy Mayor of the Village of Cedarhurst, accompanied his daughters and grandchildren to the annual village-wide Sidewalk Sale in Cedarhurst earlier this week. This event allows local consumers to stroll the village to hunt for sales and bargains provided by retailers and restaurants. The event will last four days, from Aug. 10 to Aug. 14, bringing patrons from Connecticut and New Jersey to the Five Towns area.
“I have been the Cedarhurst Board representative to the Business Improvement District for the past 24 years. That, along with being Deputy Mayor and Chairman of the Board of Architectural Review allows me to keep a loving eye on my beautiful village business and retail districts and promote such popular and important events for our small businesses,” Brown said. “Thank you, Mayor Weinstock, for making these events work so seamlessly.
“As your State Assemblyman, I will continue to focus on the backbone of the American economy, that is, small business. I know how to get this done, as proven by my less than 2 percent business vacancy rate in Cedarhurst; so too, I will continue to fight to do the same in New York State,” Brown continued.