NORTH SHORE TOWERS BOARD
OF DIRECTORS ELECTION 2020
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 6:30PM
Traditionally, North Shore
Towers’ Annual Meeting of
Shareholders is held each June.
This year, due to Covid-19, the Annual
Meeting was rescheduled to Thursday,
September 10, 2020. In addition, the
Annual Meeting will be held outdoors
this year in the Front Courtyard begin-ning
There are ten (10) candidates for four
(4) open seats this year. The four (4)
candidates with the highest vote total
will each serve a term of twenty-one
(21) months until the regularly sched-uled
Annual Meeting is held in June,
2022. Incumbents Fred Chernow, Ed
Phelan, Dr. Stanley Goldsmith and Debra
Markell Kleinert have chosen to run.
The order of candidates was drawn by
lots on Tuesday, August 11. Their bios are
presented below in the order in which
they will appear on the ballot. The annual
Election Notice and ballots were mailed
to all NST shareholders on August 25.
In order to ensure a fair and impartial
election, NST continues to utilize the
services of the American Arbitration
Association (AAA), a non-profit orga-nization
that specializes in elections for
unions and corporate stockholders.
Shareholders may return their com-pleted
ballots to AAA in the postage-paid
envelope included with the ballot which
is the preferred method for the return
of ballots so that a quorum may be
established before the Annual Meeting.
Alternately, you can drop it in the secure
ballot boxes located in the lobby of each
building. Shareholders will also have
the opportunity to vote at the Annual
Votes will be tallied by AAA on Friday,
September 11, after which the results
will be announced.
Our Board needs a member with
fresh ideas coupled with effective
and professional leadership skills.
• To keep shareholders informed.
• To place shareholders’ interests
• To update our facility and enhance
• To ensure NST funds and resourc-es
are appropriately allocated.
• To improve community engage-ment
& expand transparency.
• As an accomplished labor attorney,
I have extensive experience in labor
negotiations, business law, person-nel
litigation, and contracts.
• Current member of the Country
• Full-Time NST Resident.
• Former NYC Police Detective
• Education: BS John Jay College of
Criminal Justice, MS Pace University
– Industrial Labor Relations, & J.D.
Touro Law School
Elect – Harry Greenberg
Military Experience: United States
Army Ranger, Delta Force
Education: Duke University-Central
Connecticut State University, BA, MA
6th Year Degree
• Director and Supervisor for the Bristol
School System for 25 years.
• Vice President and Partner for RJS
Associates, Consultants in Architecture,
Construction and Engineering.
North Shore Towers Board of Directors
• North Shore Towers Resident for
• Current Vice President, 2 years
• Current Chairman of the Country Club
• Former Chairman of the Capital
North Shore Towers Projects Experience:
• Roadway/Garage Roof Expansion
• 4 Way Stop Traffic Safety Improvement
• One Way Traffic Flow Safety
• Towers Country Club VIP Room
• Golf Course Renovation (Holes
• American Institute of Architects
• Engineering Institute of Connecticut
• Certified Personnel Consultant, CPC
My experience is a lifetime of service
and sacrifice both to my country and
community. My experience in negotia-tions,
overseeing engineering and con-struction
projects is an asset. I will con-tinue
to demonstrate sound judgement,
GOLDSTEIN 8 NORTH SHORE TOWERS COURIER ¢ September 2020
fiscal responsibility, full transparency, all
with fierce independence I have only
one responsibility and that is to you, my
Vote for ED PHELAN for the North
Shore Towers Board of Directors
Mitch and I moved to NST in 1975.
I have always been involved in our
Over the years I have served as a
member of the Board of Directors
chairing various committees.
The Enhancement Committee cre-ated
the beautiful garden above the
diving pool.The Mandatory General
Membership Committee worked to
amend the Proprietary Lease requiring
all new residents to be country club
members. This has generated over 10
million dollars for the country club!
The Gap Committee upgraded and
replaced gym equipment. It is as good
as it gets for a residential community
The GAP Committee also renovated
the indoor and outdoor pools.
WE HAVE SAVED LIVES!!! A
committee worked to amend the
proprietary lease by creating the
largest private residential commu-nity
in the country that PROHIBITS
SMOKING in all public areas as well
as our apartments, terraces, and
The committees were compromised
of you. YOU came up with suggestions
that worked i.e. closing the walking
path round the front plaza; putting
numbers on the front of buildings to
help drivers, as well as painting arrows
on the ground directing traffic the
proper way in and out of the building’s
PLEASE VOTE FOR PHYLLIS