District Attorney's Community Advisory Board

Members

  • KellyAnn Kostyal-Larrier, Chairperson,  Safe Homes of Orange County
  • Chief Arnold Amthor, Town of Montgomery Police Department
  • Chief Dominick Blasko, Town of Crawford Police Department
  • Patricia Bodnar, Orange County Resident
  • Leah Canton, Orange County Assistant District Attorney
  • Sgt. Keith Conroy, Orange County Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association
  • Darlene De Jesus, Orange County Assistant District Attorney
  • Debbie de Jong, Mental Health Association in Orange County
  • Timothy Dexter, City of Newburgh Fire Department
  • Austin DuBois, Attorney – Blustein, Shapiro, Rich, and Barone
  • Paul Ernenwein, Attorney – Catania, Mahon, Milligram & Rider
  • Michael Essig, Mid-Hudson Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge Number 188


  • Tom Faggione, Orange County Legislator
  • Nick Gessner, Orange County Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association
  • Maria Gulari, County Director, NHS Human Services
  • Christina Hale, Orange County STOP-DWI
  • Chief Robert Hertman, Town of Wallkill Police Department
  • Allan Markoff, New York Security Systems, Inc.
  • Michele McKeon, Nora Cronin Presentation Academy
  • Benjamin Ostrer, Orange County Attorney at Law
  • Harry Porr, Orange County Executive’s Office
  • Michael Quinn, New York State Police
  • Lisa Randazzo, Center for Developmental Disabilities
  • Stewart Rosenwasser, Orange County Attorney at Law
  • Jason Sautter, Orange County Attorney at Law
  • Kathy Somerville, Rape Crisis Advocate, Mental Health Associate in Orange County
  • Scott Wilkinson, Orange County Resident
  • Chief William Worden, Port Jervis Police Department
  • Chris Zaba, New York State Police

About the Board

District Attorney Hoovler established the Community Advisory Board (CAB) after his election in November 2013 and before taking office at the end of the year. The CAB is made up of community leaders and representatives who provide the District Attorney with advice on how a community prosecution program might work in Orange County.

The CAB has created seven regional boards, composed of a cross-section of community representatives in those regions, who discuss issues of crime and crime-prevention strategies in smaller areas of Orange County. Those regional boards meet approximately twice a year to discuss regional crime and prevention issues