The Daily Yorktown asked the candidates for town board and town supervisor the following five questions: Why are you running for your position? What are the biggest issues facing Yorktown? How do you propose to fix these issues? How are your solutions and approaches different than other candidates? What experience do you have to hold such a position?
Nick Bianco is a current town councilman, and is a Conservative, Republican and Indepence candidate for town councilman.
1. Why are you running for your position?
I am running for the position so I can continue to be the voice of the people. I will attempt to continue to bring fiscal stability to our town without sacrificing necessary services.
- 2. What are the biggest issues facing Yorktown?
The biggest issues are taxes and quality of life issues.
- 3. How do you propose to fix these issues?
I will continue to point out how to do things with less. I will vote for the tax cap and try keep taxes low. In the past three years during my service the tax implications of the budget has been a -1.23 for our residents.
- 4. How are your solutions and approaches different than other candidates?
I have the experience. My opponent allegedly just arrived as a resident to this town and county. He has a personal agenda I don't.
- 5. What experience do you have to hold such a position?
Starting in 1986 I was appointed to the Conservation Board then became the first environmental inspector in the town of Yorktown. I have served the residents of Yorktown for over 20 years. My opponent sued the town unsuccessfully with a lawsuit and lost. He likes to sue and I like solutions.
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