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COMMUNITY LEADERS ENDORSE RE-ELECTION OF ANN GALLELLI AND BRIAN PUGH

October 11, 2016
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October 11, 2016

 

COMMUNITY LEADERS ENDORSE RE-ELECTION OF ANN GALLELLI AND BRIAN PUGH

 

Left to Right: Ann Gallelli, Brian Pugh and Linda Puglisi.

 

Elected leaders from the federal, state and local levels have rallied behind the re-election campaign of Croton Trustees Ann Gallelli & Brian Pugh.  Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi, Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Congresswoman Nita Lowey all issued statements in support of the Gallelli/Pugh slate.

 

“We ask you to support Croton-on-Hudson candidates Brian Pugh and Ann Gallelli on November 8th, Election Day.  They have worked with us on various community issues over the years, including environmental and sustainable issues, to benefit our residents. Both Ann and Brian are hardworking individuals who work tirelessly for the residents of the Village,” said Cortlandt Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi.

 

“Trustees Ann Gallelli and Brian Pugh have supported a back-to-back tax freeze, ensuring that Croton residents receive their NYS property tax rebate checks. Accomplishing this goal should encourage all taxpayers to support Ann and Brian for re-election,” said Assemblywoman Sandy Galef.

 

“I am proud to endorse Ann Gallelli and Brian Pugh for re-election for Croton Village Trustee. We have worked together to fund improvements to village infrastructure, to keep the tax burden low for working families and to better the quality of life for all village residents,” said Congresswoman Nita Lowey.

 

These endorsements come in addition to endorsements from the Working Families Party, the Independence Party & the Women’s Equality Party.   Ann Gallelli and Brian Pugh have also been endorsed by the Westchester-Putnam Central Labor Body, AFL-CIO and the Westchester-Putnam Building Trades Council, AFL-CIO.

 

Ann Gallelli is a 40-year village resident, has served on the board of trustees since 2006 and is former Chair of the Croton Planning Board. Brian Pugh is a native of the Village of Croton, works at a solar training nonprofit in Westchester and helped organize the 2011 referendum campaign that moved village elections from March to November—he was first elected to the Village Board in 2014.
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  1. Gem Mitchell permalink
    October 11, 2016 2:00 pm

    Ann and Brian are honest, responsible and dedicated public servants. They work cooperatively with all to improve life in our village. These two meet their commitments, pay their fair share of taxes, and tirelessly work for all of Croton. Croton is unified in support of experienced, ethical trustees. I support Gallelli and Pugh for office!

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