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Howard B. Arden

Howard B. Arden

Howard Arden is most recently the past Supervisor of the Town of North Castle NY. He acted as the Chief Financial and Executive Officer for the Town. Prior to being elected Supervisor, he was a Strategic Account Executive for the CBS Corporation, a Xerox Company. Mr. Arden founded Arden Business Systems, a full-service office products company in 1986 and served as President. Mr. Arden sold Arden Business Systems to Xerox in 2010. Prior to starting his own company, Mr. Arden held various management positions with both technology and pharmaceutical companies. A resident of Armonk, Mr. Arden is an active member of the local community. He was the founder and past President of the Friends of Muscoot Park, a 777-acre county park in Somers. He has held a variety of positions on local volunteer committees and boards. He is a member of the Nature Conservancy, National Audubon Society, Westmoreland Sanctuary, and Friends of Mianus River Gorge. He is a life member of Trout Unlimited and the American Paddle Tennis Association. Mr. Arden holds a Master’s of Public Administration from New York University and Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Methodist University

 

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