MAMARONECK – Village Republicans have nominated George Belsito, Dennis P. Cucinella, and Michael Sudano to run for village board in November. Belsito is a retired employee of the Westchester Joint Water Works; Cucinella, a lifelong resident of the villagei is currently a code enforcement officer for the Village of Scarsdale and has previously served on the Zoning Board of Appeals; and Sudano is a former village trustee and a retired Mamaroneck School District teacher. “I believe it’s an excellent slate of candidates with a diverse set of experience,” said Village Mayor Norman Rosenblum.
Here’s a press release from the Village Republican Committee:
George Belsito has dedicated his life to public service and would like to continue by serving as Village Trustee. While still in school, George worked at Mercurio Bros. Gourmet Store. Here he learned to appreciate the importance of a vibrant village shopping district. He then worked for the Westchester Joint Water Works where he retired as a Supervisor in the Engineering Department. During his career he received training in Environmental Problems & Controls, Sanitary Sewer Design, and Storm Water Management. George, a third generation village resident, is married to his wife Josephine for 37 years and has two daughters, Christine and Stefanie.
Dennis Cucinella was born and raised in the Village. His vast experience working with a municipality that deals with flooding conditions and code enforcement will bring extensive knowledge to the Village Board for many upcoming projects. His experience as a member of the ZBA and the BAR will also bring valuable experience to the Board of Trustees. Dennis’s love of our Village can be traced back to the 1890s when his mother’s family settled here. Dennis and his wife, Bonnie, live on North Barry Avenue, where they raised their children, Dennis (DJ) and Tara.
Mike Sudano’s experience as former Trustee will return his valuable knowledge to the Board and will enhance the friendly, open dialogue to our meetings. His 33 years of teaching have instilled in him an unconditional passion for this Village and all its residents. Mike believes we are all neighbors and need to work together to strengthen our community. Mike has been a resident of Melbourne Avenue since 1977 with his wife, Christine, and his two daughters, Michele and Kristine.