Summit Downtown, Inc. (SDI), the non-profit organization dedicated to the on-going development and promotion of the business community in downtown Summit. welcomed its new trustees at the first Board meeting of the year.
Point View Wealth Management's Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Claire Toth, will serve as an upper floor business representative and was elected Treasurer.
Three new property owners also joined the Board: Dr. Andrew Genualdi, Joseph Hamilton, and Karen Schneider. Susan Alexander, manager at GreatHouse Bonny Neiman, joined the board as a retail representative.
“It’s very exciting to see renewed interest in the Board,” says chairman, Tony Melchionna. “I look forward to working with all the new trustees.”
In addition to welcoming new trustees, the board also elected officers for 2017. Melchionna, owner of Salon 44, was re-elected as chairman; Bob Conway, owner of Brownie Points Bakery, was elected vice-chair; Toth was elected treasurer; and Pat Angelo, general manager of The Committed Pig, was elected secretary.
The Board welcomed Nancy Adams, the new Executive Director of SDI, and honored Marin Mixon, the current director who is retiring this month after serving the organization for over ten years. Lori Dahl and Susan Taylor were also honored for finishing their terms as trustees.
Summit Downtown, Inc. Board meetings are open to the public, are held on the last Wednesday of each month in the Whitman Room in City Hall begriming at 8 a.m.
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