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GOP Supports “Unification” Slate for VOM Board of Trustees

The Village of Mamaroneck Republican Party announces their unification slate for the November 3rd Mayoral and Trustees election.

The following candidates have been endorsed by the Republican Party to run in the November 3, 2009 Election:

Norman Sirlin Rosenblum, Independent, for Mayor

Louis N. Santoro, Republican, for a full term Trustee

Marianne Robino Ybarra, Democrat, for the unexpired term of Trustee

Norman Sirlin Rosenbaum, Marianne Robino Ybarra and Louis N. Santoro are running for the Mamaroneck Village Board of Trustees.

From left: Norman Sirlin Rosenblum, Marianne Robino Ybarra and Louis N. Santoro are running for the Mamaroneck Village Board of Trustees.

The Unification Slate of Rosenblum, Santoro and Ybarra are dedicated to returning the open democratic process providing representation to all the citizens of the Village of Mamaroneck. Rosenblum, Santoro and Ybarra are committed to serving the citizens under a policy of “inclusion” verses the current policy of “exclusion” which is reflected by the current Mayor’s and Board’s policies, particularly in relationship to the many Village Boards and Commissions.

This bi-partisan team will focus on the main issues and concerns of the residents, such as, Taxes, Flooding, and strengthening the Village Tax Base. Rosenblum, Santoro and Yabarra will be issuing position papers during the campaign illustrating their ideas and suggestions to be considered by the Board of Trustees after the November election. These suggestions will be discussed openly at Board meetings and input from the community will be sought to develop the best approach to enhancing the Quality of Life enjoyed by all residents of the Village of Mamaroneck.

Rosenblum, Santoro and Ybarra are life long residents of the village. Their family history’s provides over one hundred years of active community leadership to the Village of Mamaroneck.

Norman Sirlin Rosenblum brings to the town many years of public service. Norman was a former member of the Town of Rye Board of Assessment Review and Village of Mamaroneck Trustee. He currently serves as the chair of the Village Tree Committee. Norman is a member of the NASCAR FDNY Racing Team which raises funds for the UFA Fire Department’s Widows and Children’s fund. Norman currently holds the position of Manager, Contracts Administration for Safe Flight Instrument Corporation, an avionics manufacturer, located in White Plains, New York. Rosenblum is a graduate of Rye Neck High School and the University of Vermont. Norman lives on Carroll Ave. with his fiancĂ©e Cindy, and a daughter, Jillian Ruggerio, who lives in Rhode Island.

Louis N. Santoro is retired from the Westchester Joint Water Works where during his 20 year tenure he was a Water Treatment Plant Operator as well as a Shop Steward and Union President. Louis’s lifelong community involvement includes Supervisor of the Men’s and Women’s Softball League; Chief of the Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department; a member of the Elks and Little League Coach. Louis graduated from St. Vito’s School, Mamaroneck High School and the Culinary Institute of America. Louis and his wife Nancy live in Palmer Terrace. Louis children are Amanda and Nicholas.

Marianne Robino Ybarra is a twenty year employee of the Town of Mamaroneck, currently holding the position of Assessment Clerk. Marianne also held the position of Deputy Town Clerk for a period of five years. Marianne is a Westchester County Notary Public and a member of the Board of Directors of the Northeast Potters House Church. Marianne is an active member of the Mamaroneck community with Meals on Wheels; seniors and the Harbor Festival. Marianne graduated from Mamaroneck Ave. School, Mamaroneck High School and attended the College of New Rochelle and Mercy College where she received a BS degree in Paralegal Studies. Marianne lives on Standish Place with her husband Peter and daughter Patricia, a Junior at Rye Neck High School.

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2 comments to GOP Supports “Unification” Slate for VOM Board of Trustees

  • Tony

    I don’t quite understand, does this mean that the Republicans are not going to run their own candidates? This seems like a weak slate of candidates considering the Republican majority in the Village.

    Is this the same Rosenblum who pulled a gun on a guy a few years ago?

  • Mitchy

    It’s time for a change for the Republicans and I believe Ybarra would be a great candidate since she has lived in Mamaroneck and shares the hardships of the residents!