"It has been an honor and privilege to serve the Lower Manhattancommunity for the past decade," says Weisbrod. "I look forward toworking with Trinity to continue the revitalization of LowerManhattan." The Downtown Alliance's executive committee is meetingshortly to discuss possible replacement candidates. After hisdeparture, Weisbrod will be asked to serve on the alliance's boardof directors.At Trinity, Weisbrod will be a member of the parish'sexecutive team, the advisory body to the rector that recommends andsets mission priorities, operating objectives, and policies for the308-year old Episcopal parish and its numerous programs andoutreach services. Prior to being selected to the lead the DowntownAlliance—the largest BID in the country--Weisbrod served asfounding president of the New York City Economic Development Corp.And he spent 15 years working on the redevelopment of Times Square,serving as the director of the Mayor's Office of MidtownEnforcement, executive director of the City Planning Commission andthe president of the New York State 42nd Street DevelopmentProject.

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