District Legislator (Party, Representing):
- Tina M. Brown (R, Greece, Parma)
- Mike Rockow (R, Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden)
- Tracy DiFlorio (R, Chili)
- Frank X. Allkofer (R, Gates, Ogden)
- Karla F. Boyce (R, Henrietta, Mendon, Pittsford, Rush)
- Fred Ancello (R, Greece)
- Brian E. Marianetti (R, Greece, Rochester)
- Matthew Terp (R, Webster)
- Debbie Drawe (R, Penfield)
- Anthony Daniele - President (R, Brighton, East Rochester, Pittsford)
- Sean M. Delehanty (R, Fairport, Perinton)
- Steve Brew (R, Chili, Henrietta, Riga, Wheatland)
- John J. Howland (R, Henrietta, Pittsford)
- Justin Wilcox (D, Brighton)
- George J. Hebert (R, Penfield, Webster)
- Dr. Joe Carbone (R, Irondequoit)
- Joseph D. Morelle, Jr.(D, Irondequoit)
- Tanya Conley (R, East Rochester, Perinton)
- Kathleen Taylor (R, Greece, Parma)
- Mike Zale (R, Greece, Ogden, Sweden)
- Mark S. Muoio (D, Rochester)
- Vincent R. Felder (D, Rochester)
- James Sheppard (D, Rochester)
- Joshua Bauroth (D, Rochester, Brighton)
- John Lightfoot (D, Rochester)
- Tony Micciche (R, Gates, Greece, Rochester)
- LaShay D. Harris (D, Rochester)
- Cynthia Kaleh (D, Rochester)
- Ernest S. Flagler-Mitchell (D, Rochester)
1st District– Greece, Parma
1584 Hilton Parma Corners Road, Spencerport, NY 14559
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 621-5050
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Legislator Tina M. Brown represents the 1st Legislative District, which includes the Town of Parma and the western and northern portion of the Town of Greece. Tina was elected in 2015 and began her first legislative term on January 1, 2016. She is currently serving a four-year term.
Tina serves as the Vice Chair of the Human Services Committee and is also a member of the Transportation Committee. Prior to joining the County Legislature, Tina served as a member of the Parma Town Board from 2012 to 2015.
Tina grew up in the Town of Greece, where she attended Greece Athena High School before attending Monroe Community College and SUNY Empire State College. In her early life, she developed strong ties to the Greece and Parma community, and chose to come back to raise her family. She has served for many years on both the Greece Chamber of Commerce and the Hilton-Parma Chamber of Commerce, where she developed the skills and experience that she is happy to bring to the County Legislature.
Alongside her work as a legislator, Tina is the Administrator of GraneVille Senior Living Community in Greece. She works with the elderly community and their families on a daily basis to ensure that each resident receives the best care and quality of life services available to them.
Tina lives in Parma with her husband, Mike. Both their adult sons, Mike and Dan, also live in Parma.
2nd District–Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden
222 Ladue Road
Brockport, New York 14420
Phone: (w) 585 424-5800; (h) 585 637-6204
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Legislator Mike Rockow was elected to the position of Monroe County Legislator in 2009 and was re-elected in both 2011 and 2015. He is currently serving his final four-year term. Mike’s district includes the Towns of Clarkson and Hamlin as well as a portion of the Town of Sweden.
Legislator Rockow currently serves as a member of the Intergovernmental Relations, Transportation and Ways & Means Committees. Throughout the years, Mike has been very active in his community as a member of the Sweden/Clarkson Recreation & Parks Advisory Council, Director of the Brockport Ski Club, and Former President of the Brockport High School Football Booster Club. In fact, Mike was the recipient of the Sweden/Clarkson Recreation Community Service Award in recognition of his service with these groups and his commitment to coaching a variety of local baseball and basketball teams.
In the private sector, Mike works as a salesman for HD Supply, a national distributor of site utility products for the water, sewer, and drainage industry. Mike has been in the position after working as a successful sales representative for the company.
Mike resides in Sweden at 222 Ladue Road with his wife, Pam. They have two children, Stephanie and Bryon.
17 Baymon Drive, Rochester, NY 14624
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 733-8839
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Legislator Tracy DiFlorio represents the 3rd Legislative District, which includes most of the Town of Chili. Tracy joined the Legislature on January 1, 2016 and is currently serving a four-year term.
Tracy serves as Chair of the Planning and Economic Development Committee and is also a member of the Environment and Public Works Committee. Prior to joining the County Legislature, Tracy was a member of the Chili Town Board from 2010-2015. During her time with the Town, she acted as the liaison to the Drainage Committee and the Parks/Recreation Committee.
Tracy was born and raised in Monroe County. She graduated from Brockport High School before attending Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where she studied biology and economics. Tracy currently works at Eagle Productivity Solutions as a Corporate Trainer. She is also a member of the Rochester Chapter William Smith Alumnae Association, a manager of the Chili Travel Soccer Team, and serves on the Churchville-Chili Phase 5 Advisory Committee.
Tracy currently lives on Baymon Drive with her husband, Dan, and their three children, Nicholas, Michael and Loralei.
4th District–Gates, Ogden
2758 Lyell Road, Rochester, NY 14606
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 298-1474
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Legislator Frank X. Allkofer represents the 4th Legislative District of Monroe County, which includes most of the Town of Gates and the southern portion of the Town of Ogden. Frank was elected in 2015, and began his first term on January 1, 2016. He is currently serving a four-year term.
Frank is currently the Vice Chair of the Recreation and Education Committee, and is also a member of the Public Safety Committee. Frank has a long and proud history of serving both the Town of Gates and also the greater Monroe County community. He served as the Director of the Town of Gates Recreation and Parks Department from 1967-2000, and then went on to serve as the Director of the Monroe County Parks Department from 2000-2006. His most recent public service position was as a Gates Town Board member from 2004-2015.
Frank is a lifelong Gates resident, and he graduated from Gates-Chili High School. He then went on to study at Monroe Community College and the State University of New York at Brockport, where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration.
Frank is a proud veteran, having served with the United States Army in Vietnam, and is a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is committed to serving and improving the quality of life for our community. He is a member of several organizations around the community, including the Gates AMITA Club and the Doud Post American Legion. He is also a member of St. Helen’s Parish.
5th District–Henrietta, Mendon, Pittsford, Rush
15 Charleston Drive, Mendon, NY 14506
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922 (c) 585-746-1464
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Legislator Karla F. Boyce represents Legislative District 5, encompassing the entire Towns of Mendon and Rush as well as parts of Pittsford and Henrietta. Karla was elected in November of 2011 and again in 2015, and is currently serving a four-year term. She is the only Legislator in Monroe County history to come back to the Legislature to serve again and be re-elected after she reached her term limit. She currently serves as the Chair of the Environment and Public Works Committee and as the Vice Chair of the Planning and Economic Development Committee.
Karla is a long-time Mendon resident and an active community member. She served on the Mendon Town Board from 2009-2011. During her first time in the Monroe County Legislature from 1993-2004, Karla served as the Vice-President for six years and served on several committees including Public Safety, Human Services, Agenda/Charter, Ways and Means, Transportation and Chairperson of the Recreation and Education Committee.
Karla has an extensive impact on the youth of our community. She was formerly the Youth Development Coordinator for the Monroe County Department of Human Services Office of Temporary Assistance. She was previously the Program Coordinator for the Monroe County Children’s Center and is the former Executive Director of the Rochester Monroe County Youth Bureau. In her spare time, Karla is the Vice-President of the Anthony Jordan Youth Sports foundation and a past volunteer with the Meals on Wheels program.
Karla lives in the Town of Mendon. She has three children, Caroline, Andrew and Katherine.
6th District- Greece
221 Meadowbriar Road, Rochester, NY 14616
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922, (w2) 585 663-7573
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Legislator Fred Ancello was elected to represent the 6th Legislative District in the Monroe County Legislature in 2011 and was re-elected in 2015. He is currently serving a four-year term. This district includes a portion of the Town of Greece, where Fred has been a resident for 28 years. Fred is the current Assistant Majority Leader. He serves as a member of the Planning and Economic Development and Ways & Means Committees.
Fred is an entrepreneur and the proud owner of Davies Seafood, a small business he has owned for 24 years. As a small business owner and local employer, Fred knows what it takes to create and retain jobs in our community.
Fred has been an active community member in Greece through his role as a member of the Greece Planning Board and as a former member of the Community Development Block Grant Committee, and Dewey Avenue Corridor Study Group. Also, Fred’s small business, Davies Seafood, has been a sponsor of various Greece Athletic teams and organizations.
As a lifelong resident of Monroe County, Fred attended St. John Fisher where he received his Bachelor’s degree. Fred and his wife Kathy reside in Greece, where they raised their grown son, Adam.
7th District–Greece, Rochester
82 Oak Bridge Way, Rochester, NY 14612
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 861-8977
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Legislator Brian E. Marianetti represents the 7th Legislative District, encompassing the northwestern portion of the Town of Greece and a portion of Charlotte. He was appointed to the Legislature in January 2014 to fill a vacancy and was sworn in at the January 14th meeting of the Full Legislature. Brian was re-elected in 2015, and he is currently serving a four-year term.
Brian is the current Majority Leader for the Republican caucus. He serves as a member of the Environment and Public Works, Recreation and Education and Ways & Means Committee. Within his town, Brian is a member of the Greece Historical Society and past member of the Greece Planning Board.
Brian was born and raised in Monroe County, where he attended Aquinas Institute. After graduation he went on to study Psychology and Criminal Justice at Niagara University where he graduated cum laude. He chose Florida Coastal School of Law for his Juris Doctorate, where he also obtained cum laude status. He returned to his home, Monroe County, after completing his education.
In January 2014 Brian became the Greece Town Attorney on appointment from Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich, where he practices municipal law and provides legal counsel for the Town. Previously he worked in the Monroe County Law Department’s civil litigation unit.
Throughout his childhood, Brian has been instilled with a strong sense of public service from his father, Edward Marianetti.
Brian has enjoyed carrying on this family tradition by representing his friends and neighbors in the 7th Legislative District.
Pipeline Way, Webster, NY 14580
Phone: 585 415-5394
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Legislator Matthew Terp represents the 8th District, serving a majority of the Town and all of the Village of Webster. He was appointed to the Legislature and sworn in on July 1, 2015, and was re-elected in November 2015. He is currently serving a four-year term.
In the Legislature, Matthew is the Chair of the Recreation and Education Committee. He also serves on the Public Safety Committee.
Matthew was born and raised in Monroe County, attending Webster Christian School and loving the community so much he chose to work and raise his family here, even in times of crisis. Matthew’s business was devastated by the financial collapse of 2008 and the ensuing recession. Rather than look for work in a new industry, he began the arduous process of building a new business here in Monroe County, primarily by knocking on doors of Webster residents and businesses. Despite many challenges to overcome, Matthew has firmly established his practice and now successfully manages over $30 million in client assets. His story of perseverance is one shared by many Americans, and he brings this experience with him to the Legislature.
Beyond his experience managing a small business, Matthew enjoys spending time volunteering with local organizations and causes. He is a mentor to Webster high school students in association with the Webster Young Entrepreneurs Academy, as well as a board member of Moonshadow Spirit, a local non-profit that offers need-based financial assistance and health care referrals to individuals with eating disorders. Matthew is also a consistent sponsor of Webster Athletic Association sports teams, and is active in a local church. He has even volunteered for over 20 years with Flower City Work Camp, an annual weeklong event focused on repairing inner-city homes in the City of Rochester.
In his personal life, Matthew lives on Pipeline Way with his wife of 9 years, Dayla, and their three children, all of whom attend Webster Schools.
5 Cobblestone Crossing, Penfield, NY 14526
Phone: (h) 585 586-8284; (w) 585 753-1922
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Legislator Debbie Drawe was appointed to the Monroe County Legislature in August of 2009 and was elected in 209 to finish the two-year term. She was re-elected in 2011 and again in 2015, and she is now serving her final four-year term. Legislator Drawe represents the 9th Legislative District, which includes most of the Town of Penfield.
Debbie currently serves as the Chair of the Ways & Means Committee, and is also a member of the Human Services Committee.
Debbie served as a member of the Penfield Town Board from 2006 – 2009 where she chaired the Public Works Committee and was the liaison to the Conservation Board, Fire Districts, Historic Preservation Board, Penfield School Districts and Huntington Meadows residents.
Debbie is an active member in the Penfield community and has served on the Town of Penfield Parks and Recreation Advisory Board from 1999 to 2005. She has also volunteered for the Penfield School District as the Cobbles School PTA, Co-President from 1999-2001, the Arts in Education program, and the Shared Decision Making (SDM) team.
Debbie is a dedicated volunteer who has participated in the Missing and Exploited Children 100-mile Bike Ride to raise money and awareness of child safety issues in our region. She also participated in the Cystic Fibrosis Stair Climb and the Cycle for Hope to benefit Golisano Children's Hospital and Camp Good Days and Special Times. Debbie is also a member of the Penfield Business Association, an organization dedicated to promoting the attributes of the Town of Penfield and small businesses in the community.
Professionally, Debbie is a Field Account Manager for Bimbo Bakeries USA. Bimbo is noted for being a top baking company in the world and a leader in the food industry.
Debbie and her family attend St. Joseph's Church, where she has served on the Social Ministry Committee, is a Eucharistic minister and has served on the Parish Council from 2001-2004. Debbie grew up in Rochester and attended Our Lady of Mercy High School. She received her Bachelor’s degree from SUNY Geneseo in 1982 and was chosen for the “Who’s Who” in American Colleges and Universities. She lives in Penfield with her husband Steve and their two children, Holly and Zach.
As a Town Board Member, Debbie made sure she was accessible to her constituents by holding office hours where any resident could come voice concerns or discuss issues with her. As a County Legislator, Debbie continues offering office hours. To find out the date and time of her next office hours e-mail her at Monroe9@monroecounty.gov or call her office at 753-1922. Anyone is welcome to attend these office hours to discuss any issue with Legislator Drawe.
10th District–Brighton, East Rochester, Pittsford
31 Monroe Avenue, Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 271-1111
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Legislator Anthony J. Daniele represents the 10th Legislative District, which includes a majority of the Town of Pittsford, and a portion of the Village of East Rochester and the Town of Brighton. He was first elected in 2007 and was re-elected in both 2011 and 2015. He is currently serving his final two-year term in the Monroe County Legislature. Anthony is the current President of the Legislature.
Beyond his duties as a Monroe County Legislator, Anthony is a member of the Friends of the Pittsford Library. He is also a founding board member of the Dining Alliance and serves as a Director of the Anthony Funeral Homes Board of Advisors.
Anthony participated in the Boy Scouts of America as a child, attaining Eagle Scout rank. His desire to stay involved with the organization led him to become a Career Day Coach, which he has enjoyed and continues to be involved with for the last fifteen years.
Anthony is a life-long Pittsford resident and is a graduate from Pittsford Sutherland High School. He attended Auburn University where he earned his Bachelors Degree in International Business. Professionally, Anthony is the owner and operator of Mario’s Italian Restaurant, Bazil and Crab Shack Restaurant, the Royal Car Wash and Southpoint Marina. With the help of his father and brother, Anthony manages a staff of over 180 employees and has cultivated a very successful business.
Anthony and his wife Erin have three children, Lauren, Michael, and Bridget. The Daniele’s attend St. Louis Church, in Pittsford.
11th District–Fairport, Perinton
27 Miles Avenue Fairport, NY 14450
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 377-0149
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Legislator Sean M. Delehanty represents the 11th Legislative District, which includes the Village of Fairport and a portion of the Town of Perinton. Sean was first appointed and sworn in to the Legislature in January 2014. He was re-elected in 2015, and is currently serving a four-year term.
Legislator Delehanty is the current Deputy Majority Leader. He serves as a member of the Agenda/Charter, Public Safety and Ways & Means Committees.
Prior to becoming a Legislator, Sean was a Fairport Village Trustee from 2011 until his appointment to the Legislature on January 14, 2014. He also served on the Perinton Bicentennial Committee and as a Trustee of the Perinton Historical Society.
In the Legislature, Sean serves as Vice Chairman of the Environment & Public Works Committee and a member of the Transportation Committee.
In addition to his legislative duties, Sean is the Chief of Staff at New York State Assemblyman Mark Johns’ office. Legislator Delehanty brings a lot of knowledge to the Monroe County government, being a former Intergenerational Outreach Manager at the Monroe County Youth Bureau and Office of the Aging.
Legislator Delehanty is an active member of many community groups, including the Perinton Historical Society, Crescent Trail Association, and a member of the Fairport High School Alumni Association.
Sean earned his Master’s Degree from St. John Fisher College, and his Bachelor’s Degree from Ithaca College. He is also a graduate of Fairport High School.
12th District–Chili, Henrietta, Riga, Wheatland
492 Bangs Road, Churchville, NY 14428
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 697-4949
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Legislator Steve Brew represents the 12th Legislative District in the Monroe County Legislature, which encompasses the Towns of Riga and Wheatland, and also includes portions of the Towns of Chili and Henrietta. Steve was elected in 2015 and began his first term on January 1, 2016. Steve currently serves as Vice Chair of the Environment and Public Works Committee.
Steve was born and raised in the Town of Riga, where he graduated from Churchville-Chili High School. He attended both Monroe Community College and the Rochester Institute of Technology. Steve is deeply rooted in our community. He served on the Riga Planning Board for over 27 years before joining the County Legislature, and has also been a member of the Churchville-Riga Chamber of Commerce, the 200 Club of the Churchville Fire Department, and the Churchville-Riga/Monroe County Emergency Planning Committee.
Steve worked as an Executive Sales Engineer at Honeywell International for 34 years before recently retiring. He is the recipient of both the "Top Tech" and "Top Ambassador" North America awards from Honeywell. Steve now works part time on his family’s farm in Churchville.
Steve and his wife, Marge, reside near his family farm on Bangs Road in Churchville.
District 13–Henrietta, Pittsford
128 Aspen Look Drive, Henrietta, NY 14467
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 486-4702
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Legislator John J. Howland represents the 13th Legislative District, which encompasses the majority of the Town of Henrietta and a portion of the Town of Pittsford. John was elected in 2009, and was re-elected in both 2011 and 2015. He is currently serving his final four-year term.
John currently serves in the Legislature as Chair of the Transportation Committee, and is also a member of the Environment and Public Works Committee.
John attended SUNY Albany and the Rochester Institute of Technology Since that time, John has been in public service in our community for over 30 years and has been a Henrietta resident for 36 years. John’s commitment to leadership during his career ranges from the oversight for the construction and maintenance of water lines, sidewalks and roads, to serving on the Henrietta Town Board. In the Legislature John serves as Chairman of the Planning and Economic Development Committee and also serves on the Public Safety Committee.
Legislator Howland enjoys volunteering for Camp Good Days and Special Times and is very active in the Henrietta Community. John has four children, Cindy, Beth, Sarah and Rob. He lives on 128 Aspen Look Drive with his fiancé, Terry Klos.
75 Middlebrook Lane, Rochester, NY 14618
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 473-6631
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Monroe County Legislator Justin F. Wilcox represents the 14th Legislative District, which includes the Town of Brighton, and northern portions of the Town of Henrietta. Justin was elected in November 2011 to serve a four-year term which began on January 1, 2012. Justin currently serves as the Ranking Minority Member on the Environment and Public Works Committee and is also a member of the Intergovernmental Relations Committee.
Having worked in the New York State Senate and then the Monroe County Legislature, Justin has developed a strong background and experience in government and public policy that spans a decade
Justin currently works in the New York State Assembly where he has a central role in crafting and advancing Assemblyman Morelle’s legislative agenda, which has focused on economic development and restoring consumer protection and accountability in the financial services industry.
A Brighton resident of 25 years and a graduate of Sutherland High School, Justin operated a small roofing company while earning his political science degree from the University at Buffalo.
Justin and his wife Linda own a home in Brighton, where their two children, Evelyn and Brennan, both attend Brighton public schools.
15th District–Penfield, Webster
108 Rosebud Trail, Webster, NY 14580
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 315-2237
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Legislator George J. Hebert represents the 15th Legislative District in the Monroe County Legislature, which includes portions of the Towns of Webster and Penfield. George was elected in 2015 and began his first term on January 1, 2016. George serves as Vice Chair of the Ways & Means Committee, and is also a member of the Human Services Committee.
George is a veteran of the United States Navy, where he served eleven years of Active Duty and ten years within the Naval Reserves. He was enlisted as a submarine nuclear power plant operator in 1974, and led more than 100 sailors as a Surface Warfare Officer. George served as an ROTC class officer while in the reserves. At the time of his retirement, he had risen to the rank of Commander.
Following his Navy career, George worked for IBM for nearly 30 years. While there he worked as a Client Executive dedicated to building business relationships with customers including Eastman Kodak and General Dynamics. During his time at IBM, George completed his MBA at the University of Rochester.
George is heavily involved in youth and educational programs within his district. He coaches both baseball and soccer youth teams, and is the current President of the Rochester District Youth Soccer League (RDYSL). He also works as a mentor for the First Robotics Team 2340 at Our Lady of Mercy High School.
George and his wife Margaret have lived in Webster since 1990. Their two daughters, Hanna and Emily, are currently in college.
16th District- Irondequoit
490 Titus Avenue,Rochester, NY 14617
Phone: (w) 585-753-1922 (b) 585-544-3620
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Legislator Joe Carbone represents the 16th Legislative District, which is comprised of the northeastern portion of the Town of Irondequoit. Dr. Carbone was elected in 2012, and began his first legislative term on January 1, 2013. He was re-elected in 2015 and is currently serving a four-year term.
Dr. Joe is the current Vice President of the Monroe County Legislature. He serves as a member of the Human Services and Ways & Means Committees.
During his time as a legislator, Dr. Carbone seeks to better Monroe County by helping residents find jobs through Monroe Job Link and support programs that help create and retain local jobs.
Dr. Carbone is no stranger to hard work and business; he is respected by thousands of patients throughout Monroe County for his success as a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine. He has served the community in this capacity for 25 years and owns two practices; one on Titus Avenue in the Town of Irondequoit and one in Brighton. Dr. Carbone is involved in many charities and organizations and he serves on the Board of the Directors for the Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong as well as the Italian Heritage Foundation. With his management experience from his private practice and the many organizations and charities he has assisted, Dr. Carbone brings an unique perspective to the Monroe County Legislature.
Dr. Carbone is a graduate of West Irondequoit High School Class of 1974. He also earned a Bachelor of Science degree from St. John Fisher College, and later a Doctorate of Podiatric Medicine from the Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Carbone resides in Irondequoit with his wife, Mary and their daughter, Roma.
25 Clarington St, Rochester NY 14609
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940
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Joseph Morelle Jr. is a life-long resident of the Town of Irondequoit. He represents the Monroe County Legislature's 17th Legislative District, which comprises the southern half of Irondequoit. He serves on the Legislature's Planning & Economic Development and Recreation & Education committees.
Joseph, 24, is a leasing agent for Wilmorite's Park Point apartment complex in Henrietta. A graduate of Eastridge High School, he holds a degree in business from SUNY Geneseo and is a proud homeowner in Irondequoit.
Early in life, Joseph learned the value of public service from his father, state Assemblyman Joseph Morelle, and his mother, Mary Beth, a teacher with the East Irondequoit School District for 22 years. Joseph's record of volunteerism on behalf of his community includes work with the Wilmot Cancer Center as well as the Al Sigl Center.
Joseph is a life-long parishioner at the Peace of Christ Parish in Irondequoit and a proud new member of the Kiwanis Club of Irondequoit.
18th District–East Rochester, Perinton
760 Garnsey Road, Fairport, NY 14450
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 750-7581
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Legislator Tanya Conley represents the 18th Legislative District in the Monroe County Legislature, which includes the Town of Perinton and a portion of the Village of East Rochester. Tanya was elected in 2015 and began her first term on January 1, 2016. She currently serves as Chair of the Agenda/Charter Committee and is a member of the Human Services Committee.
Tanya is a lifelong resident of Monroe County. She received her Juris Doctor from Syracuse Law School in 2000. She is a member of the Monroe County Bar Association Family Law Section Executive Committee, the NYS Bar Association Committee on Children in the Law, Monroe County Domestic Violence Consortium, and the Monroe County Child Welfare Collaborative. She is also the recipient of the U.S. Department of Justice Spirit of Justice Award.
Tanya has worked for the past twelve years at the Legal Aid Society of Rochester, where she works every day to protect and advocate for abused and neglected children. Professionally, Tanya has gained experience working with Monroe County systems of care including foster care, probation, substance abuse treatment programs, the public mental health system, Monroe Community College, school districts and the various agencies that contract with Monroe County to provide services to children.
In the community Tanya volunteers for the Legal Services Project, which provides legal representation to battered women. She is also as a pianist for Ciaran’s Pride, a traditional Irish band.
Tanya lives on Garnsey Road with her husband Tom, and their two children, Michael and Dominik.
19th District–Greece, Parma
91 Flower Dale Drive, Rochester, NY 14626
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 227-8465
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Legislator Kathleen Taylor was elected to the Monroe County Legislature in November 2013. She was re-elected in 2015, and is currently serving a four-year term. She serves as Chair of the Human Services Committee and also as Vice Chair of the Agenda/Charter Committee.
Prior to joining in the Legislature, Kathleen served the Town of Greece as the elected Receiver of Taxes for 28 years. In this position, her main responsibility was the collection of taxes for the Town, County, and school, fire and special districts. She was also responsible for the distribution of these funds to the appropriate entities. Over the course of her tenure she has had the opportunity to meet and interact with many residents and business professionals in Greece.
Kathleen is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in History. After college, Kathleen became the Supervisor in Bank Operations and Customer Service for Security Trust Co, a position that was held until she joined the Town of Greece as Receiver of Taxes.
Kathleen currently resides in the Town of Greece on Flower Dale Drive.
20th District–Greece, Ogden, Sweden
38 Maida Drive, Spencerport, NY 14559
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (c) 585 455-4991
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Legislator Mike Zale represents the 20th Legislative District, which includes portions of the Towns of Ogden, Greece and Sweden. Mike was elected in 2015 and began his first term on January 1, 2016. He currently serves as Chair of the Intergovernmental Relations Committee and is also a member on the Transportation Committee.
Mike is a lifetime resident of Monroe County. After graduating from Houghton College with a degree in Business Administration, Mike was recruited as a tax preparer for a start-up tax corporation in 2006. After the first year in operation, Mike became a partner in the firm. As the company grew and expanded, he took over the roles as the General Manager and became President of the corporation. At the same time Mike studied to become a Financial Advisor and earned his professional credentials to become a Registered Investment Advisor in New York State. His many responsibilities at the firm through the years have provided Mike with a head for business that will serve the residents of the 20th District well.
Today, Mike is a business education teacher and soccer coach in the Brockport Central School District. While working on transition plans with incarcerated youth of Industry Correctional Facility during a summer program, Mike and his professor, Dr. Tim Weider, came up with an idea that eventually became Young Rhinos Summer Work camp, where “at-risk” city youth would learn employment and general business skills that would set them on a path toward a career. Mike has also worked with the Young Rhinos Business Program as a Teacher/Director.
Mike has also served as coach of several soccer teams around the community including the Brockport Blizzard Youth Travel team, Rush-Henrietta Boys JV and Varsity teams, and the Roberts Wesleyan College Men’s team.
Mike previously served as a member of the Spencerport Central School District Board of Education. During his time on the School Board, Mike had been a member of several committees including Professional Development, School Wide Enrichment, Leadership Development and Audit Committees. He has also served as co-chair of the Monroe County School Board Association Information Exchange Committee.
Mike and his wife, Kristen, reside in Spencerport with their two children, Dominick and Luca.
21st District- Rochester
396 Wisconsin St., Rochester, NY 14609
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940
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Legislator Mark S. Muoio represents the 21st Legislative District, which includes most of the North Winton Village, Beechwood and Bensonhurst neighborhoods of the City of Rochester. Mark serves as the ranking minority member on the Legislature’s Agenda/Charter committee and is also a member of the Planning and Economic Development and Ways and Means committees. He was first elected to the Legislature in 2015.
Mark’s roots in the 21st District run deep. Both of his parents were born and raised in the Beechwood neighborhood, and his grandfather owned a business on Culver Road. When Mark was ready to become a homeowner, he was proud to purchase one in this area of the city.
Mark Muoio received his Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude in 2004 from Canisius College in History and English. He was awarded a full scholarship to Seton Hall University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2009.
After graduating from law school, Mark began working in the Housing Unit at The Legal Aid Society of Rochester. His practice at Legal Aid has included representing tenants in Rochester City Court - Landlord Tenant Part, filing bankruptcies in the Western District of New York Bankruptcy Court, real estate transactions, and foreclosure prevention, serving members of the community during their most vulnerable times.
Witnessing those hardships has given Mark a unique appreciation of the impact that a lack of economic opportunities has had on many residents of Monroe County, and has motivated him to use time on the Legislature to help create such opportunities for all. He also understands the importance of, and is committed to promoting, strong neighborhoods and a county government that takes the concerns of city residents seriously.
22nd District- Rochester
P.O. Box 31921, Rochester, NY 14603
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 957-6546
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Legislator Vincent R. Felder represents the 22nd Legislative District, located in the southern half of the Northeast Quadrant of the City of Rochester. It includes most of the Upper Falls and Marketview Heights neighborhoods, along with the eastern half of downtown. Vince serves on the County Legislature’s Recreation and Education and Ways and Means committees. He was first elected to the Legislature in 2015.
Legislator Felder received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in African and Afro-American Studies from the State University of New York’s College at Brockport in 2003. During his studies, he also served as president of Brockport’s student government and became a member of its chapter of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.
As the representative of the 22nd District, Legislator Felder is especially aware of both the promises and challenges that face Monroe County. The 22nd includes such important cultural and business institutions as the Public Market, the Eastman School of Music, the Genesee Brewing Company, the Strong Museum of Play and the Little Theatre, but also includes neighborhoods that are plagued by some of the highest levels of violent crime and unemployment in Monroe County. Zip code 14605, which nearly matches the borders of the 22nd district, has an unemployment rate of 19 percent, more than triple that of the county as a whole. For these reasons, Legislator Felder is most focused on economic development issues. He is particularly focused on providing affordable and accessible childcare as a gateway for many families to economic stability.
In addition to his duties at the county, Legislator Felder works as a legislative aide to New York State Assemblyman David F. Gantt.
23rd District- Rochester, Brighton
85 Newcroft Park, Rochester, NY 14609
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585)474-2260
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Monroe County Legislator James Sheppard represents the 23rd Legislative District in southeast Rochester and northeast Brighton. His district is an arc that includes the Park Avenue and Monroe Ave areas, Cobbs Hill, the South Winton Road area, Browncroft and the Winton Village areas of the City, along with a small part of the Town of Brighton roughly centered on Our Lady of Mercy High School. Currently, Legislator Sheppard serves as the Ranking Minority Member of the Public Safety committee and as a member of the Transportation committee. He was elected to the Legislature in 2015.
Retired Chief of Police James Sheppard has served the Rochester community for more than 30 years. His police career began in 1981 when he became a member of the Rochester Police Department. From there, Jim Sheppard served at every level, management position and in almost every assignment offered by the RPD, including: patrol officer, narcotics officer, patrol supervisor and emergency task force member, sergeant, lieutenant, captain, commander, deputy chief and culminating with his appointment on November 8th, 2010, as Chief of the Rochester Police Department.
His service spanned the community with time spent in the Highland Section, Professional Development Section, Tactical Unit, Special Investigations Section, Clinton Section Neighborhood Empowerment Team (NET), Professional Standards Section, Patrol Division East and the Operations Bureau and Research & Evaluation.
As a police officer, Legislator Sheppard was recognized numerous times for outstanding service, being the recipient of seven Chief’s Letters of Recognition, two Unit Commendations, four Captain Letters and an Excellent Police Service Award. In 1987, he was also presented a Life Saving Award.
During his tenure as Police Chief, he embraced a philosophy of “Policing in the Spirit of Service,” which encouraged officers to provide service to members of the Rochester community in a manner consistent with what they would want a member of their own family to receive.
As Chief, he consistently demonstrated extraordinary leadership as he modeled the behaviors he strove to inspire, and successfully weaved community engagement into the fabric of the department. As Chief, Legislator Sheppard also employed numerous strategies to engage the Rochester community and to solicit input from residents and stakeholders.
Efforts included: barbershop talks, “Chief on the Street" events, weekly radio appearances, school presentations, church/police recruitment drives, and public safety building community invites for Black Heritage Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, St. Patrick's Day and Columbus Day. During his three years of leading the Rochester Police Department, the City of Rochester experienced the lowest Part I crime incidents since 1983.
The Chief also served as the Director of the Office of Public Integrity for the City of Rochester; responsible for ensuring, through audits and investigations, the professionalism of employees and the integrity of all contracting for business with the City.
Focus on Youth
Legislator Sheppard’s initiation as a public servant commenced in 1979, when he worked for the New York State Division for Youth, as a counselor assigned to a group home for at-risk young men. His concern and focus on youth has continued throughout his career.
Through example, Legislator Sheppard demonstrated the virtues of youth engagement by regularly reading to elementary students, adopting grade school classes, and hosting youth interaction events at the public safety building.
As a result many members of the department embraced the philosophy of Policing in the Spirit of Service, and under his leadership the men and woman of the Rochester Police Department volunteered in record numbers to initiate positive interactions with the community and our youth.
Volunteerism was facilitated through a rejuvenated Police Activities League; an effort initially championed by former Chief David Moore, and brought to life under Legislator Sheppard.
The Chief also served as the Director of Safety and Security for the Rochester City School District; a position that provided an opportunity to experience and address students, staff, parents and visitors public safety and emergency preparedness concerns first hand.
Focus on youth continues
Since retiring from the Rochester Police Department, Legislator Sheppard continues to serve and engage the Rochester community. He previously volunteered for, and is now currently employed by the Center for Youth, in the New Beginnings Program, a collaboration with the Rochester City School District that serves at-risk young men. In addition, he serves on several area non-profit Boards: IBERO American Action League, BIVONA, NAMI (National Association of Mental Illness), and Prevention First (Fire Prevention & Education).
Legislator Sheppard holds a B.A. Degree from Empire State College (State University of New York) in Criminal Justice and Community Service, and is a 1998 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He and his wife June reside in the city and have three adult children, James, Tamara and Stephanie, and two grandchildren.
24th District- Rochester, Brighton
24 Alliance Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 429-5445
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Monroe County Legislator Joshua Bauroth represents the 24th Legislative District, which includes Rochester’s Highland, South Wedge, Swillburg, Mount Hope, and Upper Monroe neighborhoods as well as north central Brighton. Currently, Joshua serves on the Ways & Means, Public Safety and Environment and Public Works committees. In addition, he serves as the Democratic liaison to the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District, the Monroe County Sports Centre Corporation, and the Monroe Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation.
Joshua served as President of the Upper Monroe Neighborhood Association for four years, as Co-Chair of the Culver Road Armory Task Force, as well as a board member of the Third Rochester Enterprises Corporation. Joshua is also a founding member of Montessori Academy School #53 Parent Teacher Association.
Professionally, Joshua serves as an Associate Director at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he has worked since 2003. Joshua earned his undergraduate degree from the College of Wooster in 1989 and a Masters of Arts in Political Science from the University of Michigan in 1993. As a parent, homeowner, educator and neighbor, Joshua is committed to representing all of the 24th Legislative District.
Married to Catherine and the proud father of Anastasia and Xavier, Joshua’s family resides in Rochester’s Upper Monroe neighborhood where they are actively involved in the community.
52 Dr. Samuel McCree Way, Rochester, NY 14608
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940 (h) 585 464-9007
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Legislator Lightfoot currently serves as Ranking Minority Member (RMM) of the Transportation Committee and as a member of the Economic Development & Planning Committee. Legislator Lightfoot also serves on the New York State Association of Counties’ Economic Development, Environment and Rural Affairs committee, where Legislator Lightfoot submitted a resolution to the state regarding Foreign Direct Investment. He is a former RMM of Economic Development & Planning and past member of the Public Safety committee, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the 911 Commission. Legislator Lightfoot was appointed to the Monroe County Charter Review Commission in 2013 where he worked with administrative staff members, legislators and community members to examine the rule of law in which administrative programs and services are administered to the residents of Monroe County, assuring accountability and efficiency. Legislator Lightfoot passed legislation that increased the participation of Minority and Woman Business Enterprises (MWBEs) by raising the minimum participation requirements from 10% for minorities to 12% and by raising women participation from 2% to 3%. It was estimated that an additional one million dollars would have been made available to MWBEs if the legislation was passed in the previous year. Legislator Lightfoot has also worked with the Sheriff’s department in efforts to recruit more minorities. Legislator Lightfoot is an advocate and supporter of Monroe Community College. He participated in the relocation of the Damon Campus in downtown Rochester and advocated for MCC remaining in the 25th District. Legislator Lightfoot approved bonding for the 80 million dollar project in 2015. Legislator Lightfoot previously served as Rochester City Councilmember At-Large from 2006 to 2010, as one of a nine-member legislative body. During his time as Councilmember, Lightfoot championed the Jefferson Avenue Revitalization Project with over $3.8 million in allocation of federal, state and local resources, after which he received the Jefferson Avenue Business Association “Commitment Award.” From 2006 to 2010, Lawmaker Lightfoot served on the city council’s Parks, Public Works Committee; where he was also chairman from 2008 to 2010. Lawmaker Lightfoot recommended and the city adopted a water security policy for city and shared county water supply. As a member of the National League of Cities’ Energy, Efficiency and Natural Resources Steering Committee, Policymaker Lightfoot:
- Engaged in air quality & water policies at a national level for local communities and infrastructure revitalization
- Analyzed, discussed and recommended Energy Efficiency & Conservation block Grant $3.2 billion focused on problem solving antiquated infrastructure
- Engaged in air quality emissions regulatory policies
In addition, Legislator Lightfoot’s credentials include:
- Scout Leader from 1994 to 2010, where he served in various leadership roles dedicated to the development of young males within the ranks of the Boy Scouts of America through outdoor survival skills, accountability and responsibility. Legislator Lightfoot led 10 youth to the Eagle Scout rank over his tenure.
- Audio Video Chairman from 2002 to present, for the historic Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Cornhill, where he leads the Audio Video and Visual team for the smooth delivery of services for church parishioners totaling over 600 members; continuously abreast of emerging technologies Legislator Lightfoot implemented the transition from analog to digital platforms.
- Sector 4 President from 2004 to2006, where he managed five neighborhood groups & committees that made up the city’s southwest administering social programs in alignment with city and county goals. As leader, Legislator Lightfoot executed the Sector 4 web-site and applied a community-driven action plan.
- Community Leader from 1990 to 2004, where he participated in numerous civic and religious organizations to improve the quality of life for targeted populations. He has led the Changing of the Scenes Neighborhood Association for over 17 years, implementing summer youth camps, homework help programs, senior activities and Christmas with Santa.
From 1998 to 2009, Legislator Lightfoot was employed with the Monroe County Department of Environmental Services as a Pure Water Technician. He performed a broad range of activities, including disseminating information regarding underground utilities. As a Maintenance Mechanic at the VanLare Plant from 1990 to 1996, Legislator Lightfoot was responsible for the delivery of diversified maintenance activities, and the repair of nearly 2,500 pieces of equipment. Legislator Lightfoot earned his Bachelor of Science in Urban Communities & Social Change with a minor in Statistics in 2012 from St. John Fisher College, in Rochester, NY. He earned his Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology in 1998 from Monroe Community College, in Rochester, NY. Legislator Lightfoot is currently earning his Master’s Degree in Public Administration from SUNY Brockport.
26th District–Gates, Greece, Rochester
100 Dunsmere Drive, Rochester, NY 14615
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922, (h) 585 314-0200
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Legislator Tony Micciche represents the 26th Legislative District, which includes portions of the Towns of Gates, Greece and the City of Rochester, including the Charlotte and Maplewood Neighborhoods. Tony was first elected in November 2011, and was re-elected in 2015. He is currently serving a four-year term.
In the Legislature, Tony serves as Chair of the Public Safety Committee and as Vice Chair of the Transportation Committee.
Tony, a lifetime resident of Monroe County, entered the foster care system at the age of eight and left it at the age of fourteen, when he rented a room from a local family. He paid for this room by working 40 hours a week at Charlotte’s LDR Char Pit, while he attended Charlotte High School. After graduation, Tony accepted a job with General Motors where he worked for 25 years. Tony also has his real estate license and has been making investments in the City of Rochester since 1986. Over the years, Tony has owned 27 properties assisting Rochester residents in finding adequate housing.
Tony is an active member of our community. He is a member of the Masons, the Elks Lodge, Local 509 IUE, the Italian American Sports Club and the Greece Chamber of Commerce. He is also an Honorary Member of the Korean War Veterans Chapter 1.
Tony resides at 100 Dunsmere Drive in the City of Rochester with his wife, Rita. He is a parishioner at Holy Cross Church.
27th District- Rochester
323 Aldine St., Rochester, NY 14619
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 236-4216
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LaShay D. Harris represents the 27th District in the Monroe County Legislature, which is centered on Rochester's historic 19th Ward neighborhood. She currently serves on the Legislature's Public Safety and Human Services committees.
Legislator Harris has worked for Rural/Metro Medical Services since 1993. She is a 2003 graduate of Monroe Community College, earning a degree in Communications and Media Arts.
LaShay later acquired her New York State Real Estate License, providing her first hand experience in aggressive marketing, sales, and contract negotiations with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Discover Real Estate of Pittsford, NY. LaShay's dedication to the Rochester Community is reflected in her personal and professional activities: serving on various boards of non-profit and professional agencies such as Baden Street Settlement, 19th Ward Community Association, City of Rochester Nuisance Advisory Board, and the City of Rochester Real Estate Board of Assessment to name a few.
LaShay began her career in EMS for the National Ambulance, Rural/Metro's predecessor, as an EMT, eventually becoming a paramedic in 1997 after graduating from the Western New York Emergency Medical Services Training Institute. She previously served as a Paramedic Preceptor, CPR Instructor, and continues as an Educator. In 2003, she took a full-time position at Irondequoit Ambulance as a Paramedic, later promoted to Deputy Operations Manager where she served until her 2008 appointment as the Public Information Officer (PIO) of Rural/Metro Medical Services, Rochester, NY.
During her time as the PIO, LaShay developed a robust and responsive Media Incident Alert Program instrumental in forming a partnership with the local media agencies. In 2014, LaShay was promoted to Market Development Manager. Her responsibilities include, but are not limited to, facilitating business development, maintaining customer relations, Rochester city government, coordinating company events, community education, social media marketing and supervising staff of select Rural/Metro community initiatives. LaShay has been instrumental as an instructor coordinator for the EMS Pathway of the Career Pathways to Public Safety Programand initiated the implementation of EMT training at REOC of the College at Brockport. These programs involve key partnerships with the City of Rochester, Rochester City Schools District and the College at Brockport.
LaShay enjoys salsa dancing, listening to diverse genre of music, traveling and outdoor activities. She enjoys spending quality time with her mother, fiancé Rodney, and her beloved dog, Carmel.
18 Fairview Heights, Rochester, NY 14613
Phone: (h)585-647–3929; (o) 585-753-1940
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Monroe County Legislator Cynthia Kaleh represents the 28th District, which includes the Lyell-Otis, Jay-Orchard, Dutchtown, Edgerton and Maplewood neighborhoods of northwest Rochester. Cindy was first appointed to the Legislature in 2008. She currently sits on both the Environment & Public Works and Transportation Committees.
Cindy was raised in Maplewood, attended #41 School, John Marshall H.S. and graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a BS in Speech Pathology & Audiology. As the current president and a long-time member of the Maplewood Neighborhood Association, Cindy has played a critical leadership role in a number of projects, including Sector 2 and neighborhood public safety initiatives, the Main Street Maplewood project, the development and rehabilitation of playground facilities at Maplewood Park, the erection of the landmark Maplewood Arch at the intersection of Lake Avenue and Ridge Road West, a plan for Dewey Avenue beautification, the Maplewood Rose Festival, Party on the Bridge and the annual historic home tour. In 1992, Cindy and her husband Lawrence opened KalTech Support Team, Inc. an IT/ computer services business located on Mount Read Boulevard in Rochester.
Cindy has also served as a member of a number of community groups and committees including the Mayor’s Focused Investment Strategy Committee, the Weed & Seed Committee, Kodak Advisory Council, Injury Free Coalition for Children at Golisano Children’s Hospital, PACTAC, Chief D. Moore’s PCIC, the Zero Tolerance Task Force and is a member of the NWest Provisional Rotary.
Cindy and her husband Lawrence live on Fairview Heights in the City of Rochester. They have two grown children Jordan of Brooklyn, NY and Farah, married and presently serving in the U.S. Army.
354 Randolph St, Rochester, NY 14609
Phone: (w)585-201-1807; (o) 585-753-1940
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Monroe County Legislator Ernest S. Flagler-Mitchell represents the 29th District, which includes neighborhoods in the City of Rochester’s Northeast and Northwest.
Ernest was elected to the County Legislature in fall of 2014 and was sworn in on January 1, 2015. Ernest currently serves as the Ranking Minority Member of the Planning and Economic Development Committee and also sits on the Recreation and Education Committee.
He is a member of the City of Rochester Fire Department and works in the Community Reduction Unit, which is housed in the Public Safety Building.
In 2005, Ernest was a graduate of the African American Development Program. He has been honored by community organizations over the many years for his community involvement and he continues to still stay involved in Group 1462, Rochester Rams Pop Warner Football and is the Founder of Rochester Parents United.
Ernest is an Ordained Elder at the Word of The Cross Church. He attended Monroe Community College and received and Associate Degree in Liberal Arts.
He and his wife Keia have eight children: Bobbi, Alyia, Fphasieth, Odessia, Richard, Ernest Jr, Ja’Mese, and, Jairus Mitchell, and he is a grandfather of two: Derrick Macon, Jr. and Leyah Marie Hill. As a parent, he understands that investing in are youth must be top priority, making sure that they have good jobs, education and the skill set they will need to tackle the world and make this community better.
Ernest is looking forward to serving the good people of the 29th Legislative District.