CANANDAIGUA CITY COUNCIL & COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 28, 2023 Contact: Danielle Lyon, Press Secretary Canandaigua City Democratic Committee email@example.com 585-380-1159
CANANDAIGUA CITY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE ENDORSES SLATE OF 2023 CANDIDATES
Canandaigua, NY— As the NYS petitioning process begins for candidates to appear on the ballot on November 7, 2023, the Canandaigua City Democratic Committee has unanimously endorsed a full slate of candidates to represent the residents of the City of Canandaigua. David Baker is an incumbent seeking reelection to the Ontario County Board of Supervisors representing Wards 1 & 4 and Nancy Yacci will be running her first campaign to represent Wards 2 & 3. For Canandaigua City Council, Michael Mills will be running to represent Ward 1, Guy Turchetti for Ward 2, Marcy Senglaub Bruner for Ward 3, and Erich Dittmar is seeking reelection to represent Ward 4. The Canandaigua City Democratic Committee recruits and supports individuals who will stand up for democratic values while serving in public office in order to make our community a better place for all.
Keeping City taxes among the lowest in New York State while providing high-quality services to residents.
Prioritizing the beauty and integrity of Canandaigua Lake and its watershed.
Investing in a cleaner, healthier future by transitioning to energy-efficient streetlights, implementing a backyard composting program, and installing a solar array to power City properties, resulting in NYS-certification as a Climate Smart Community.
Improving our local economy by supporting development and redevelopment of properties throughout the City, including Tom's Mobile, Labelon, and Lisk properties.
Partnering with Habitat for Humanity and Pathstone Corporation to increase access to affordable and energy-efficient housing.
Fostering new approaches to keep our residents safe, including establishing a mutual-aid agreement with the VA fire department, pursuing public safety grant opportunities, and building collaborative partnerships.
Increasing the quality of life for residents by funding additions to City parks, including a dog park and pickle ball courts; approving the installation of Little Library Boxes; and supporting the performing arts center at Fort Hill apartments.