On the eve of her departure from the Town Board, councilwoman Terrie Rosenblum deemed her four-year term a “wonderful” experience that afforded her an opportunity to help individual Woodstockers in times of need while fulfilling a general sense of duty to the town.
“Public service is a gift. The idea of enabling people to get things done is very exciting,” said Rosenblum, whose single term on the board expires on December 31. The councilwoman, who remains the chair of the Woodstock Democratic Committee, opted to run for town supervisor in the Democratic primary in September, thus relinquishing her seat . . .
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