Tag Archives: Chilelli

NYS Assembly candidate to visit Boonville

State Assembly Candidate Joseph Chilelli will be holding a “Meet & Greet” event on October 5th at the Erwin Library in Boonville.

The library is located at 104 Schuyler Street, and the event will take place from 1 to 2:30 p.m. with input welcome from the community.

Candidate Chilelli will be on the November ballot and is seeking to represent the State Assembly’s 118th District.

He is opposing incumbent Assemblyman Marc Butler.

Share Button

Letter to the Editor:

118th Assembly candidate: Seeking to represent people, not a political party

To the Editor:

Over the last many weeks I have enjoyed meeting and talking to many people on the campaign trail.

One of the most asked questions that I’m faced with is: What party are you with?

My answer is always the same, Does it really matter?

It shouldn’t. I am not running for the party, I am running to represent the people in the district regardless of party.

You will not find my party affiliation on any of my handout material or on my webpage.

It does not matter to me. I want to be elected not on what party I am registered with but what I stand for, my principles, my ideas, plans and commitment to represent the people in my district. Continue reading

Share Button

Letter to the Editor: Citizen group to meet in Old Forge

To the Editor:

There will be a public informational meeting at the Old Forge Library on Thursday, April 21, 2011, at 7 p.m., presented by “The Concerned Citizens For a Better Herkimer County.”

The purpose of the meeting is to inform, educate and provide an avenue for more public involvement.

Topics of discussion will include the history, purpose and mission of the “Concerned Citizens For a Better Herkimer County.”

There will be an opportunity for those interested to join our organization in order to promote more open dialogue and a greater flow of information between those in the valley and North Country communities and, finally, an open discussion with residents on the Herkimer County Jail, providing another perspective to what has and has not been said on this issue.

Question and answer session will follow.

The meeting is open to all members of the public and all are encouraged to attend.

Joseph Chilelli, Chairman

Concerned Citizens For a Better Herkimer County

Share Button