Westbury’s Village Court loses a dedicated public servant on Oct. 2, as Village Attorney Dwight Kraemer retires after 19 years of service to the community.
Kraemer was appointed village attorney under Mayor Ernest Strada in April 1995, after serving as the village’s assistant prosecutor for seven months. Over the past 19 years, he has drafted up over 100 local laws, 400 variances and 20 special use applications.
A lifelong resident of Westbury, Kraemer’s been a key player in helping the village develop, facilitating major condominium projects and the expansion of the Islamic Center of Long Island and the Space.
“I’m happy to have had the experience and proud of what has been accomplished,” says Kraemer. [Read more...]