Rosenberg, Wierzbowski face off for Glenville Town Board

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I am proud to say the entire Lowes project happened during the time I was on the board and that's what we need more have to take the tax burden of the residential customers. We need to continue to provide the services are residents are used to at a cost they can afford. Glenville is a GREAT place to live, work and do business. We need to preserve the character of our town, relieve the residents of the town tax burden and bring new business to our communities. I brought to the table the idea of removing medical benefits from part time elected officials and it was passed. I have the experience, the knowhow and the ability to move things along.

Gina M. Wierzbowski

Age: 38

Occupation: EMT-B for Malta EMS

Residence: Glenville

Political Affiliation: Republican


I have been a resident of Glenville for about 18 years and have made it my home with my husband, Edward and daughter Kirsten. I have been serving our community through my membership in the Glenville Hill Volunteer Fire Department, where I am currently the Assistant Chief. I was also appointed to the Town Board in January, 2010 and have truly enjoyed serving my community in another capacity. I love our town and feel we have many things to offer residents, such as our excellent schools, our beautiful parks, our fire departments that provide excellent, professional emergency services and our own Town employees who provide essential services like public safety, road maintenance and plowing, leaf pickup and water and sewer maintenance. It has been a pleasure to see how our town operates from the people who perform vital functions for us everyday, often unnoticed and unrecognized.

Why do you want to sit on the Town Board?

I feel I can represent our residents well because I am a wife, a mother, a volunteer and a conscientious, responsible, positive person. Finding ways to save money and work within a budget is something I am very familiar with and practice in my everyday life.

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