Release: Colavita Leads Republican Ticket into Eastchester Fall Elections

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Supervisor Anthony S. Colavita announced his bid for re-election as Town Supervisor together with Town Councilman Glenn Bellitto, Town Councilman Joseph Dooley, Town Clerk Linda Doherty, Receiver of Taxes Rocco Cacciola , Town Justices Domenick Porco and Janet Calano and County Legislator Sheila Marcotte.  Supervisor Colavita recited an extensive list of accomplishments and delineated the ticket’s vision for the future of the town and its two villages.  He cited an excellent tax record despite sky rocketing mandates and plummeting revenues.   

Supervisor Colavita stated, “ Many elected officials would be satisfied with the record of accomplishments that we have established, but that has never been our way.  We will continue to make Eastchester better together as our community progresses”.

Supervisor Colavita also stated, “Tough economic times call for competent leadership and that is exactly what this ticket will provide the good citizens of Eastchester, Bronxville and Tuckahoe”.

Councilman Glenn Bellitto focused on his accomplishments as a Town Board member and leader in our community.  He pledged to continue his hard work and determination to make Eastchester even better.  “I want to do my part to maintain and enhance the quality of life in Eastchester, Bronxville and Tuckahoe, while keeping taxes down.  We need to continue to look at ways for our 3 communities to share expenses to lower taxes.”

Councilman Joseph Dooley pledged his commitment to the Town Board based upon his professional background and community involvement . “I'm honored to have this opportunity to serve the Town of Eastchester and look forward to leveraging my background and abilities in helping to push forward the great work being accomplished by the Administration.    I look forward to a vigorous campaign,  meeting with residents and finding out their concerns” stated Councilman Dooley.   

Check back with Bronxville-Eastchester Patch in the weeks leading up to this fall's Eastchester Town elections for Q&A features with all the candidate up for vote.

Robert Cullen September 04, 2011 at 12:56 AM
The supervisor and the county legislator should be asked why they hired a non resident convicted felon, who had ties to the now deceased felon bronx state senator. This is the same senator that the supervisor also worked for providing legal council, drawing a state paycheck. There was many other qualified town residents who wanted this highway dept job. How much money was wasted to fire PO Ramon Rosado, suspended for 6 months with no pay, left unable to support his family, and was then given all back pay, pension credits and legal fees. Why was a employee hired, who also lives out of town, and just happens to have very close ties to the independence party? The above slate also has the independence line for november. There has been no proactive thinking under his leadership, no attempt to change the statue quo. Time for new leadership in Eastchester.
jeff meyer September 04, 2011 at 01:37 AM
Robert, to answer your last question as to why an employee with close ties to the Independence party leadership was hired it's because there was a quid pro quo. Does the Eastchester Town Court really need two court clerks? It never has before. In this age of cutbacks there are always great jobs available if you have the proper political hook. As far as P.O. Rosado he is doing great. He's on a better job making more $$$ and just received one of MVPD's top awards. His "punishment" turned into a windfall for himself and town labor attorney Vince Toomey. Jeff Meyer Tuckahoe
Robert Cullen September 04, 2011 at 03:11 AM
Does anyone else see a conflict with the Eastchester GOP chairman, also being the appointed town attorney? Appointed by a all republician board? He lead Eastchester down a very expensive path with the Ramon Rosado case, which cost the taxpayers a lot of money.
bob cullen September 06, 2011 at 12:49 AM
Story today in Journal News about Independence party wanting jobs for endorsements. No lack of jobs in Eastchester. Too bad town jobs no longer are given to qualified town residents first. Politics at its worst.


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