Chris DiGiorgio

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Chris DiGiorgio

Street Address: 50 Columbus Ave., Tuckahoe

Race: Tuckahoe Trustee

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Political and civic experience: Chair of Tuckahoe Democratic Committee Present Chair of Eastchester Democratic Committee 2005-2007 Delegate to Democratic National Convention 2004

Age: 47

Family: Single

Residency: Village of Tuckahoe

Incumbent?: No

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Education: Doctor of Optometry, SUNY College of Optometry 1992 BA, Hunter College Major: Economics 1988

Occupation: Optometrist

Facebook: Democratic Committee

Why are you running for office or seeking re-election?
I am running because Tuckahoe needs a voice from someone who believes in advocacy. All of my experience is one where I have championed issues such as environment, sustainable business, residential development and quality of life. I am someone who asks questions and I have a strategic vision that I believe Tuckahoe needs on the Village Board.

What in your personal, civic or professional experience recommends your election or return to office?
Business Owner for over 18 years. Practice in New Rochelle NY.
Warden and Board Member of St. John/'/s Episcopal Church, New Rochelle
Chair of Budget Committee of St. John/'/s Episcopal Church, New Rochelle
Founder and President of SAFE: Spirit and Faith for Everyone Inc. (Not for Profit)
Former President and Board Member of the LOFT: the LGBTQ Community Center

Through the above experience I have had experience in all types of boards from startups to established, from boards in transition and growing boards. I also have the financial background to critically look at budgets and have the vision to look at problems and solve them. All the businesses and boards I have been on, have grown and moved to a higher level of service to the community.

What would be your top three priorities if you are elected or re-elected?
Maintain quality of life and services Tuckahoe provides.
Keep taxes low and look for alternative revenues to sustain the Village.
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