Friends of Peter Parente are asking supporters to please join them in their efforts to elect Peter Parente to the City Council in District 3. A special fundraiser is scheduled for Peter Parente, Republican-Independence-and Conservative Candidate for New Rochelle City Council District 3. The Fundraiser will be held at the popular Juliano’s Restaurant, 700 Main Street, New Rochelle, N.Y. and will take place on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
The suggested donations are Supporter $75.00, Supporter Couple $125.00, Partner Couple $250.00. People who would like to attend are asked to RSVP to John at (914) 355-9131. People who are planning to attend as well as those who are unable to attend, but would like to support Peter with a donation are asked to mail their check to Friends of Peter Parente, 95 Brookside Place, New Rochelle, N.Y. 10801
Peter Parente will recount his story, first published by Talk of the Sound, of how he pulled the plane wreckage from Flight 175 out of the building at the center of the controversy over the proposed site of an Islamic Center and Mosque.
READ HERE: New Rochelle Marine Disputes Defenders of ‘Ground Zero’ Mosque in New York City.
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Candidate Peter Parente Thankfully Accepting His Latest Endorsement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
City Council Candidate Peter Parente Receives Endorsement from VPAC
New Rochelle, New York – September 24, 2010 – Following his recent Republican Party nomination, Peter Parente, candidate for the City Council District 3 seat has been endorsed by the Veterans Political Action Committee of Westchester. Representing veteran’s interests, VPAC endorsed Peter Parente for his achievements and his unwavering commitment to supporting veteran’s affairs.
A Special Election is being held in the city on November 2nd 2010 to find a replacement for Councilman James Stowe who passed away unexpectedly on Aug 4th of this year. Parente, a successful business owner, United States Marine and veteran of Operation Desert Storm is known throughout the city for his active involvement in numerous community events.
Parente, a lifelong New Rochelle resident is probably best known for his leadership role in bringing about the return of the city’s Memorial Day Parade. A tribute to veterans, the parade attracts thousands of local people along with servicemen and women from all around the country each year, and is becoming the largest event held in the city. He has also taken the lead in the development and coordination of the 9/11 Memorial and Vigil in remembrance of the loss of life resulting from the September 11 attacks on our nation; all part of his long-standing commitment to community involvement.
Running on a platform that would, among other things, call for realignment of the city’s development policies that currently place tax burdens on residents as a result of tax abatements and PILOT programs issued to developers; a platform that encourages and supports neighborhood involvement in decisions most affecting their community, addresses the flooding issues in District 3, and supports expanded youth programs to deal with the many challenges faced by our youth. Parente has earned wide-spread community respect for his inherent leadership and ability to reach out and bring people to the table regardless of party affiliations or backgrounds.
Visit www.peterparente.org for more information.
Robert Keller, Friends of Peter Parente
914-295-0075 Or e-mail email@example.com
The room was filled with a lively crowd of volunteers as candidate Peter Parente outlined his plan for success in the upcoming special election for the New RochelleDistrict 3 seat. Enthusiasm filled the room as the supporters signed up for their campaign tasks. Clearly, the question most asked throughout the evening had to be “Peter, how can I help?” Quite a team!
Navigate this site -www.peterparente .org- to find the many ways you too can make a difference.
Local activist Peggy Godfrey and neighbor, Marino listen in as Peter lays out his vision of a new direction for the city
Peter Parente was on hand to answer questions at last nights meeting of the New Rochelle Citizens Reform Club. Among topics discussed were the tax burdens being placed on residents, and a call for the adoption of a common sense approach towards fiscal responsibility. The enthusiastic crowd was supportive and welcomed the vision Peter has for the city. As one person put it, “it just feels right”.
There will be a special campaign kickoff and rally to launch Peter’s bid for the District 3 Council seat. Meet up with the many supporters as they join together to tackle the issues and face the challenges of the 7th largest city in New York State. If you know Peter come out and show your support, if you haven’t met him yet, now is the time. Sign up to be a member of the team or drop by listen to what people are saying. Either way, you won’t want to miss this event!
So join us at the American Legion Post 8 Hall at 112 North Avenue this Thursday at 8:00 PM, you’ll be glad you did.
Admission is free along with refreshments and ample parking. For a map and directions click here
Peter Parente Thanks Marc McClean of the UFFA PAC for His Time
Peter Parente had the opportunity to sit down with members of the Political Action Committee serving the Uniformed Firefighters Association of New Rochelle. As a long time supporter of New Rochelle’s Bravest, it comes as no surprise that Peter was more than grateful for the time spent with these local heroes.