Jared Rodriguez lives Downtown at Kendall and Beekman Avenues with his wife Lindsay and their son and daughter. He spent much of the last six years renovating and restoring an historic house here. Jared grew up in Stony Point and attended North Rockland High School, Tufts University for civil engineering and architecture, and NYU for a Masters in sustainable real estate development. With his previous work at the LeFrak Organization and in his consulting and advisory business, Jared has made a big impact on reducing energy consumption in multifamily and commercial buildings across the country. Jared's firm Emergent Urban Concepts helps communities and small businesses plan for the future. Jared's clients include the State of New York and New Jersey, large utilities, technology companies, and other organizations focused on energy- and environment-related issues. As Citizen's Representative of the NJTPA, a federally recognized Municipal Planning Organization, Jared protects the transportation interests of a significant portion of citizens in the metropolitan area. Jared is also deeply involved in the Haverstraw Brick Museum and Center for Historic Preservation and he serves as Vice President of Garner Arts Center. Jared was appointed by the New York State Governor as a Commisioner of the Taconic Regional Commission for the New York State Department of Parks and Historic Preservation. As Trustee, Jared is focused on Downtown revitalization and economic development, traffic and pedestrian safety, and energy and sustainability.
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