MEET NED MIDGLEY
Candidate for Trustee
Village resident in Ossining School District, for 21 years
Married (Margaret) with two children
BA, Middlebury College
MS Accounting, NYU Stern School of Business
MBA, Harvard Business School
Senior Vice President, CBRE, Inc. for 22 years
Specialties include real estate advisory and investment banking services all property types
Sourced, led, and participated in sale, lease, advisory and consulting assignments exceeding $3.2 billion of value throughout the United States and Canada
Nominated and attended the 56th National Security Seminar at the United States Army War College, Carlisle Barracks; Lifetime Member AWCF
Active volunteer with Ossining Matters, Ossining Athletic Booster Club, Youth Hockey and Youth Lacrosse
We are a small, quiet Village and developments of this scale and scope will forever change our village’s character and living environment. These developments will have an immediate negative impact on our daily lives by: increasing the traffic on our major roads (Scarborough, Old Briarcliff, Long Hill, Pleasantville and Rte. 9); adding additional parking demands on the already overcrowded Scarborough Station, and; likely tax increases to residents of the Ossining school district to accommodate the children living in these 700+ homes. We have neither the facilities, infrastructure, nor support services to handle such an overwhelming influx of development.
I have decided to run for the Board of Trustees of the Village of Briarcliff Manor because the current Board and Mayor have not demonstrated the requisite real estate expertise nor negotiating skills necessary to reach the proper outcomes regarding the existing commercial zones in the Village. My education, experience, and expertise allow me the ability to manage the complexities of negotiating with real estate developers whose motivations are not necessarily aligned with the best interests of the community.