Southern Brooklyn

Councilman-Elect Chaim Deutsch Says He’s Not Taking A Vacation

Deutsch, following his primary victory.

After a strong showing in the 48th District City Council race to replace term-limited Michael Nelson, Councilman-elect Chaim Deutsch has sent out a press release thanking voters, and said he’s hitting the ground running.

According to the release, Deutsch has continued to walk the neighborhood thanking voters and listening to constituent concerns, and he’ll continue to do so for the next 60 days until he takes office on January 1, 2014.

“After a long campaign season, many candidates take a well deserved vacation, I decided to get to work immediately” said Deutsch in the release. “Quality of life issues rank high on my list and I intend on being an aggressive, problem solver for my district.”

“I want to sincerely thank all those that supported me and look forward to working hard on behalf of all my constituents,” he added.

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  1. This is good news. It shows we have a Council Person who understands that we have serious issues in our community, and puts the interests of his constituents over his own personal needs.

  2. during the campain this man came to my front door, no aides, no support team and spoke to me and addressed my concerns for15 minutes. He got my respect and the votes of me, my friends and family in the neighborhood. If you read this Mr. Deutsch please don’t forget our special needs children and all the hard working city employees that emperor Bloomberg has forgotten by not giving a contract to ANY city agency’s. Taylor laws prohibits emplyees from striking, but it requires the city to negotiate in good faith. The man has not even tried to hide the fact that he has not. Don’t forget us and our special children!

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