STAMFORD, Conn. -- The North Stamford Association (NSA), a member organization of community residents living north of the Merritt Parkway, elected Douglas York its new President at its Board of Director’s meeting on Dec. 14.
Prior incumbent Tom Lombardo announced at the beginning of the meeting that he would be stepping down after 14 years of leading the NSA. An election for a new president immediately followed his announcement. Lombardo led lead the Association in addressing issues of concern for residents.
His notable achievements include preventing inappropriate land use by developers, highlighting life safety issues to the City of Stamford, bringing about prompt corrective actions and collaborating with other North Stamford organizations such as the Bartlett Arboretum, the Stamford Historical Society and the Stamford Nature Center and Museum regarding issues of mutual concern.
Newly elected President Douglas York, a resident of North Stamford for 17 years and presently residing in the Davenport Farm area of North Stamford, is committed to maintaining quality of life in North Stamford and ensuring proper representation of North Stamford resident concerns in City of Stamford decision making.
York is the chief executive officer of Union Hospital in Bronx, New York. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in management science from Pace University, a Master's of public health degree from New York Medical College and a doctorate in strategic management from Pace University.
Founded in 1961 as the successor to the Long Ridge Association created in 1940, the North Stamford Association is one of the oldest neighborhood associations in Stamford. Lombardo's tenure as president is the longest to date and spanned one quarter of the life of the Association.
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