Steven D. Patzer
Steven is running a mission-driven campaign for New Yorks' 47th City Council district because we need leadership we can count on in a crisis. A community advocate, entrepreneur, and lifelong resident of southern Brooklyn, Steven is producing event after event for the communities of south-central Brooklyn such as career-related toy drives, COVID-19 relief operations, job fairs, street cleanups, and educational workshops. Patzer secured online educational materials for students, worked for the Simon Wiesenthal Center fighting for stronger hate crime legislation, and secured over $50,000 in personal protective equipment for our police officers, hospital workers, sanitation workers, and other first responders during the height of the Pandemic.
In the City Council, Patzer will:
1. Fight to fund critical, hands-on skilled trade educational programs for our children.
2. Protect residents from unfair rent hikes and property tax increases.
3. Create more cost-effective apartments by
making basements safe and liveable.
4. Build upon his experience from serving on the Auxiliary Board of Kingsborough Community College to increase College access for New Yorkers at all income levels.
Steven is the product of a public schooling education and a single-parent household. He is currently working on job fairs in high unemployment areas, environmental sustainability projects, and community policing initiatives. Steven has and knows, we can create an impact, now.