District Legislator (Party, Representing):
- Richard Yolevich (R, Greece, Parma)
- Mike Rockow (R, Clarkson, Hamlin, Sweden)
- Mary A. Valerio (R, Chili)
- Steve Tucciarello (R, Gates, Ogden)
- Karla F. Boyce (R, Henrietta, Mendon, Pittsford, Rush)
- Fred Ancello (R, Greece)
- Brian E. Marianetti (R, Greece, Rochester)
- Carmen Gumina (R, Webster)
- Debbie Drawe (R, Penfield)
- Anthony Daniele (R, Brighton, East Rochester, Pittsford)
- Sean M. Delehanty (R, Fairport, Perinton)
- Jeff Adair - President (R, Chili, Henrietta, Riga, Wheatland)
- John Howland (R, Henrietta, Pittsford)
- Justin Wilcox (D, Brighton)
- Dan Quatro (R, Penfield, Webster)
- Dr. Joe Carbone (R, Irondequoit)
- Joseph D. Morelle, Jr.(D, Irondequoit)
- Dorothy Styk (R, East Rochester, Perinton)
- Kathleen Taylor (R, Greece, Parma)
- Robert J. Colby (R, Greece, Ogden, Sweden)
- Carrie Andrews (D, Rochester)
- Glenn Gamble (D, Rochester)
- Paul Haney (D, Rochester)
- Joshua Bauroth (D, Rochester, Brighton, Henrietta)
- John Lightfoot (D, Rochester)
- Tony Micciche (R, Gates, Greece, Rochester)
- Willie J. Lightfoot (D, Rochester)
- Cynthia Kaleh (D, Rochester)
- Leslie M. Rivera (D, Rochester)
1st District– Greece, Parma
1035 Parma-Hilton Rd., Hilton, NY 14468
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 392-3226
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Legislator Richard Yolevich represents the 1st Legislative District, which includes the towns of Parma, and Greece. Dick was elected in 2005, and began his first legislative term on January 1, 2006. He was re-elected in November 2008 and 2011 to serve four-year terms.
Dick currently serves as the Chairman of the Ways and Means committee and is a member of the Public Safety Committee and the Environment & Public Works Committee. Prior to joining the County Legislature, Dick served as a Councilman in the Town of Parma from 2000 to 2005. Dick serves on the Board of Directors and is Treasurer for the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District, he is a member of the Monroe County Internal Audit Board, the Monroe County Traffic Safety Board, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Board, and the Veterans Advisory Committee. Legislator Yolevich also holds a seat on the Inter-County Association of Western New York. Dick is also a graduate of the New York State Association of Counties/ Cornell University Dennis A. Pelletier Institute of Government.
Dick’s service to his community reaches far beyond his duties as a Legislator. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Hilton-Parma Chamber of Commerce, as well as a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6105, American Legion Post No. 88, and the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 20. He served on the Parma Zoning Board of Appeals, in addition to taking an active interest in local schools by serving in several capacities for the Hilton Central School District. He was member of several committees including the District Food Service, High School Communication, and Junior High School Steering Committees. Dick also spent over eight years as a softball coach for the Hilton-Parma Recreation Department.
Dick draws from his numerous successes in the private sector to aid in decision making. He is educated and experienced in a wide array of fields that gives him a uniquely comprehensive perspective when looking at the issues facing our community. Dick’s entrepreneurial mindset was developed in his nearly three decades in the private sector, where he has owned and operated several prosperous businesses.
Village Doughnuts is a name well known to residents of the western portion of Monroe County, a tribute to Dick’s ability to see an opportunity and turn it into long term success as he spent over a quarter century as the owner and operator of multiple locations in the area. Dick also spent nearly fifteen years as a licensed real estate agent and has accumulated valuable knowledge of the field. Additionally, he owned and operated two other businesses, Better Hearing Associates, Inc., specializing in consumer sales of hearing aids and Business Match-Ups, Inc., which successfully paired business owners with potential owners or investors.
An Honorably Discharged Veteran of the United States Air Force, Dick served in the Special Services Division, and is a Vietnam Veteran. He is a lifelong resident of Monroe County, and has called the Town of Parma home for nearly four decades. Dick and his wife Susan have two children, and four grandchildren.
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 2011 for a 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 the Chairman of the Agenda/Charter Committee and is a member of the Ways and Means Committee and the Environment and Public Works Committee. 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 is a lifelong resident of the 2nd District and a graduate of Brockport High School. He also earned his Associates Degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Quality Management. Mike resides in Sweden at 222 Ladue Road with his wife, Pam and their two children, Stephanie and Bryon.
43 DaVinci Drive, Chili, NY 14624
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 889-9707
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Mary A. Valerio has served in the Monroe County Legislature since January of 2004 representing the 3rd Legislative District, which includes most of the Town of Chili.
Mary serves as Chair of the Recreation and Education Committee, which oversees the Monroe County Parks Department, the Monroe County Library System, and Monroe Community College, as well as the arts and conservation programs sponsored by Monroe County. Mary also represents the Monroe County Legislature on the Monroe County Parks Advisory Committee, the Monroe County Environmental Management Council and the Monroe County Youth Board.
In addition to her legislative duties, Mary is employed as a Spanish teacher at Twelve Corners Middle School in Brighton. She completed her B.A. in Spanish (including a year of study in Madrid, Spain), and graduate studies for Professional Certification in Spanish K-12 at SUNY Brockport. She is a member of the Brighton Teachers’ Association (NYSUT /BTA) and NYSAFLT (NYS Association of Foreign Language Teachers) as well as served on several district and school based committees.
As a lifelong resident of Chili, Mary has participated in numerous volunteer activities in her community. She supports the Breast Cancer Coalition and volunteers in various Parish Life activities at St. Pius X Church. In the past, she has also taught various religious education classes and has assisted with the annual Vacation Bible School Program. Mary previously served on the Board of Directors of the Roberts Wesleyan Community College Orchestra and also was a member of the Italian Women’s Civic Club of Rochester.
Over the years, Mary has assisted in fundraising for the Gates Chili Middle School and High School Theater Groups, Boy Scout Troop #116 and GC Sports Boosters. At the 2003 Gates Chili High School Fall Varsity banquet Mary was presented with the “2003 Role Model Award” in recognition of her volunteerism and courageous battle against breast cancer. In the past, Mary has also served several years as a member of the board of directors of the Rochester Area Pre-School and as Secretary of Chili Baseball. In addition, she worked as Volunteer Coordinator as well as guest art presenter for the Florence Brasser Elementary School Art Appreciation Program and as a member of St. Mary’s Hospital Seton Group 87.
Mary and her husband James live at 43 DaVinci Drive in Chili, and are proud parents of their four sons: James, Marc, Matthew and Samuel.
4th District–Gates, Ogden
18 Horatio Lane, Rochester, NY 14624
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 429-5575
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Legislator Steve Tucciarello represents the fourth legislative district of Monroe County which includes a majority of the Town of Gates and a portion of the Town of Ogden. Steve was elected in November 2005, re-elected in 2009 and re-elected in 2011. Legislator Tucciarello currently serves as Majority Leader of the Legislature and is a member of the Ways & Means Committee and the Agenda/Charter Committee. He has also served as past Chairman of the Transportation and Planning & Economic Development committees.
Beyond his duties as a Monroe County Legislator, Steve serves his community in a variety of other ways. He has completed a ten year term as a member of the Board of Directors of the Westside YMCA and is currently a member of the Gates-Chili Chamber of Commerce. He is also a legislative representative on the Monroe County Airport Authority and the Office of the Aging Council for Elders. Legislator Tucciarello is a member of Gates Amita and the F.O. Eagles. In the past, Steve has served as Chairman of the Gates Zoning Board, a member of the Gates Conservation Board and he was also the Gates Town Civil Officer.
Legislator Tucciarello owns and operates a successful business, Colony Dry Cleaners in Gates. Steve and his wife Lynette live at 18 Horatio Lane in Gates, and are proud parents of two children.
5th District–Henrietta, Mendon, Pittsford, Rush
8 Surrey Hill Lane, Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922 (h) 585 624-1177
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Legislator Karla 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 to a four year term and is the only Legislator in Monroe County history to come back to the Legislature to serve again and be reelected after she reached her term limit. She currently serves as the Chairman of the Transportation Committee and serves on the Public Safety 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 with her 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. This district includes a portion of the Town of Greece, where Fred has been a resident for 28 years. Currently, Fred serves as Chairman of the Public Safety Committee and is a member of the Planning and Economic Development Committee.
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 have 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 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 currently serves as Chair of the Intergovernmental Relations Committee and is a member of the Human Services Committee. He also serves on the Region 8 Fish and Wildlife Management Board for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Within his town, he is a member of Friends of Greece Town Library and the Greece Historical Society. He is also a 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. He looks forward to carrying on this family tradition by representing his friends and neighbors in the 7th Legislative District.
1082 Everwild View, Webster, NY 14580
Phone: 585 872-6381
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Monroe County Legislator Carmen Gumina represents the 8th District, serving a majority of the Town and all of the Village of Webster. Carmen was first elected to the Legislature in 2007 and again in 2011. Currently, he serves as the Vice Chairman of the Recreation and Education Committee, and serves on the Human Services Committee. Carmen is committed to collaborative problem solving to confront the urgent economic and development issues facing Monroe County.
A proud graduate of Webster Schroeder High School, Carmen attended Binghamton University, where he received his bachelor’s degree in biology. He earned his Masters Degree in Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Rochester’s School of Medicine where he was named a Sproull Fellow. Carmen served as a high school biology teacher in the Webster School District for 14 years, and he was honored with Disney’s American Science Teacher of the Year Award. Carmen had been the principal of State Road Elementary School since 2004 until he was promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Webster Schools in 2009.
Carmen and his wife, Sheri, live in Webster with their two children, Grace and Adriana. In his spare time, Carmen is an avid runner/marathoner. He especially enjoys running on trails through our beautiful county parks. He also enjoys reading historical non-fiction novels.
5 Cobblestone Crossing, Penfield, NY 14526
Phone: (h) 585 586-8284; (w) 585 753-1922
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Debbie Drawe was appointed to the Monroe County Legislature in August of 2009 and was elected in November 2009 to finish the two-year term. In November of 2011 she was re-elected to a four year term. Legislator Drawe represents the 9th Legislative District, which includes most of the town of Penfield. Debbie is currently an Assistant Majority Leader, and she serves on the Ways and Means Committee, the Human Services Committee and the Transportation 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 at BBU Bakeries for Ferrero, Inc., an international corporation. Ferrero is a company that represents a national confectionary products program in the Rochester market for mass merchandisers, warehouse and drug accounts.
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 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. In November 2007, Legislator Daniele was elected to a four-year term and was re-elected in November 2011. Anthony is currently the Vice President of the Legislature, and he serves on the Ways & Means Committee, the Intergovernmental Relations Committee, and the Planning and Economic Development Committee.
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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Monroe County Legislator Sean Delehanty represents the 11th Legislative District, which includes the Village of Fairport, and a portion of the Town of Perinton.
Legislator Delehanty was first appointed and sworn in to the Legislature in January 2014.
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
777 Quaker Road, Scottsville, NY, 14567
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 889-1377
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Jeff Adair represents the 12th Legislative District in the Monroe County Legislature, which includes the Towns of Riga, Wheatland, and portions of the Towns of Chili and Henrietta. In January 2010 Jeff was elected as President of the Monroe County Legislature and was re-elected in January 2012. As President Jeff attends each of the nine Committee meetings.Jeff is no stranger to public service. He served as a Councilman in the Town of Wheatland from 1996 to 2001, followed by his service as the Wheatland Town Supervisor from 2002 to 2004. His accomplishments in Wheatland include creating the Town Economic Development Commission, creating the Town Youth Board, expanding water service, securing transportation for senior citizens, and improving town communications.
In addition to his legislative duties, Jeff currently works at BBU Bakeries as a Regional Manager.
Jeff enjoys taking an active role in his community. He serves on the Monroe Community College Board of Trustees, the Cultural Center Commission, the Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council, the Genesee Transportation Council, the Greater Rochester Visitors Association, Inc. and the Rochester Museum and Science Center Board.
Jeff attended Monroe Community College; and later, earned a certificate from the Syracuse University Graduate School of Sales and Marketing Management. Jeff and his wife Michele have two daughters, Amanda and Kaitlyn. They reside at 777 Quaker Road in Scottsville.
District 13–Henrietta, Pittsford
128 Aspen Look Drive, Henrietta, NY 14467
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 486-4702
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Monroe County Legislator John Howland represents the 13th Legislative District, which encompasses the majority of the Town of Henrietta and portion of the Town of Pittsford. John was elected in 2009 to a two year term and was re-elected in November 2011 to a four year term.
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
637 Contempri Way, Webster, New York 14580
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 670-9064
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Monroe County Legislator Dan Quatro represents the 15th Legislative District, which consists of portions of Webster and Penfield. Dan was appointed to the Legislature on July 8, 2004, elected by the people that November to a one-year term, and re-elected to a two-year term in 2005 and a four year term in 2007. Legislator Quatro was re-elected for the fourth time by his community in November 20011, and was sworn in January 3, 2012 to a four-year term in the County Legislature.
Legislator Quatro currently serves on the Human Services Committee, the Agenda/Charter Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. He is also an Assistant Majority Leader.
In addition to his legislative duties, Legislator Quatro is a Doctor of Chiropractic who has been in private practice for nearly two decades. Dan has had a long involvement with the New York State Chiropractic Association, serving as their President from 2000-2004.
Dan earned his Doctor of Chiropractic from the New York Chiropractic College and attended Niagara University. He is also a graduate of McQuaid Jesuit High School. Dan resides at 637 Contempri Way in Webster with his two daughters, Abigail and Rachel.
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 north eastern portion of the Town of Irondequoit. Dr. Carbone was elected in 2012, and began his first legislative term on January 1, 2013. Currently, he serves as an Assistant Majority Leader and Vice Chairman of the Human Services Committee, as well as a member of the Recreation and Education Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. During his time as 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
32 Whittlers Ridge, Pittsford, NY 14534
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 469-7166
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Dorothy Styk represents the 18th legislative district of Monroe County, which includes the Town of Perinton and a portion of the Village of East Rochester. Legislator Styk currently serves as the Vice Chairwoman of the Transportation Committee and is a member of the Environment and Public Works Committee.
Legislator Styk has an extensive professional background. Following her graduation from Syracuse University’s School of Management with dual majors in Accounting and Management Information Systems, Dorothy began her career in information systems auditing at Coopers & Lybrand. Since that time, Dorothy has worked with several different firms including Unisys Corporation, Mutual of New York, and Greenebaum, Saiger & Kasdin.
In addition to her duties as a Monroe County Legislator, Dorothy continues to serve her community as a volunteer. She is currently a member of the Krakow-Rochester Sister Cities Committee, which organizes and celebrates cultural exchanges between Rochester and Kraków, Poland. Previously, Legislator Styk served as a Board Member of the Polish Heritage Society, Treasurer of Boy Scout Troop 167, Committee Chairperson of Cub Scouts Pack 2, and as a member of Parish Council at St. Stanislaus Church.
Legislator Styk now works as a Library Secretary at Brighton High School, and she resides in Perinton, with her husband, George and their two sons, Alexander and Stefan.
19th District–Greece, Parma
91 Flower Dale Drive, Rochester, NY 14626
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 227-8465
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For the last 28 years, Kathleen Taylor has served as the Elected Receiver of Taxes in the Town of Greece. In this position, her main responsibility was the collection of taxes for the Town, County, and School Districts, Fire Districts 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 she held until she was elected Receiver of Taxes in Greece.
Kathleen Taylor was elected to the Monroe County Legislature in November 2013. She is looking forward to bringing her experience at the Town of Greece to the County Legislature.
20th District–Greece, Ogden, Sweden
261 Colby Street, Spencerport, NY 14559
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922; (h) 585 352-3537
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Monroe County Legislator Robert Colby represents the 20th Legislative District, which includes the Town of Ogden and portions of the Towns of Greece and Sweden. Robert was appointed to the Legislature in 2004, elected that November, re-elected in the fall of 2009, and again in 2011.
Legislator Colby currently serves as Chairman of the Human Services Committee and is a member of the Transportation Committee.
Outside the Legislature, Robert is very active in his hometown of Ogden. He has been a member of the Ogden Chamber of Commerce for more than a decade, and served on the Master Planning Committee since 1999. Robert is also a member of the Ogden Youth Hall of Fame Committee, serving on it since 2000.
A strong advocate for the agricultural community, Legislator Colby has been on the Monroe County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board for over 15 years, joining the board in 1992. He is a twelve-year member of the Monroe County Planning Board, and has been a member of the Monroe County Open Space Initiative Review Committee since 2001. Robert currently serves as a member of the New York State Farm Bureau Dairy Policy Committee, and as a delegate at the Upstate Milk Cooperative. He is former President of the Monroe County Farm Bureau, holding the post from 1994-1999, and was a member of the Board of Directors from 1989-1999. Robert served on the Board of Directors of the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council, Inc., and Dairy One, where he was a delegate for eleven years before joining the board.
Robert is a seventh-generation family farmer at Colby Homestead Farms, Inc., where he has been Co-Owner/Operator and Vice-President for nearly three decades. Legislator Colby graduated from Spencerport High School and earned his degree in Agriculture from SUNY Alfred. Robert is a lifelong resident of Ogden and member of the First Congregational Church of Spencerport. At his parish, he is a former member of the Finance Committee, and is a former Moderator, member of the Board of Christian Action, and Real Estate Committee.
21st District- Rochester
50 Roseview Avenue, Rochester, NY 14609
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 442-5756
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Carrie Andrews represents the 21st District, which includes parts of Northeast Rochester. She currently serves on the Ways and Means Committee as well as on the Human Services Committee. She is the youngest woman ever elected to the Monroe County Legislature and has served since 2005.
Carrie brings a deep concern for educational and social justice to the Monroe County Legislature. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations in 2001, Carrie moved to Rochester from her home in Trumansburg, NY. She is an active member of the social justice group, Metro Justice, and is a member of the Monroe County Fishery Advisory Board and the American Cancer Society Board of Advisors.
Professionally, Carrie is focused on education. As a Labor Relations Specialist with New York State United Teachers, Carrie represents educators throughout Upstate New York. She fights for living wages, health insurance and good working conditions for working families. For fun, she enjoys running, traveling and gardening. She lives on Roseview Avenue in the City of Rochester.
22nd District- Rochester
25 Wabash Street, Rochester, NY 14609
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 473-6767
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Glenn Gamble represents the 22nd District, which includes the parts of Rochester just north of the inner loop, Rochester's Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood, and the High Falls District. Glenn was elected to represent the 22nd district for a two year term in 2005. He currently serves as the Ranking Minority Member of the Recreation & Education Committee, and also sits on the Transportation Committee.
Glenn has long been involved with neighborhood issues, and brings his interest in social justice to the Monroe County Legislature. Glenn is an alumnus of Benjamin Franklin High School, where he served as the president of student government, as well as student representative to the school board. After earning his Bachelors in Business Administration at Morgan State University, Glen brought his skills back to the community. He has served as a counselor at St. Joseph's Villa. As the Assistant Director to Activities and After School Programs at Baden Street, Glenn is focused on improving the quality of life for disadvantaged residents of Monroe County.
Glenn Gamble lives on Huntington Park in Rochester.
23rd District- Rochester
424 Broadway Suite B, Rochester, NY 14607
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 232-3858
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Monroe County Legislator Paul E. Haney represents the 23rd Legislative District in southeast Rochester and northeast Brighton. It is roughly an arc that includes the Park Avenue and Monroe Ave areas, Cobbs Hill, the South Winton Road area, Browncroft and the WintonVillage areas of the City. Paul serves as the ranking member of his caucus on the Ways and Means Committee and is a member of the Environment and Public Works Committee. He also serves on the County's Audit Committee. Paul was elected to the Legislature in 2005. He was a member of the Rochester City Council from 1974 to 1985 and was County Director of Finance from 1988 to 1992.
Paul is a life long resident of Rochester except for four years spent in New York City after he finished college. He has lived in the 23rd District for 25 years. Paul is currently on the Boards of the Aquinas Institute of Rochester (former Chair and Treasurer of the Board) and the Rochester Primary Care Network (former Chair and current Treasurer of the Board). He is also a member of the Accounting Advisory Committee of St. John Fisher College and the Finance Committee of St. Boniface Church. In the past, he has served on the Boards of Directors of the National League of Cities, the Alzheimer's Disease Association, the Rochester District Heating Co-Operative and the Finger Lakes Health Systems Agency. He has also served on the New York State Temporary Commission on the Real Property Tax, the New York State Hospital Review and Planning Council, the Committee on Accounting, Auditing and Financial Reporting of the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada and was a Charter Member of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board Advisory Committee.
Paul is a retired Certified Public Accountant, initially licensed by the State of New York in 1968. He does consulting work for the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration, working with federally supported community health centers across the United States. He has worked with community health centers in 46 states and territories.
Paul received his Master of Business Administration degree from Syracuse University in 1964. He earned his undergraduate degree from St. John Fisher College in 1963 and graduated from the Aquinas Institute of Rochester in 1959.
24th District- Rochester, Brighton, Henrietta
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 parts of Brighton and Henrietta. Currently, Joshua serves on the Transportation and Intergovernmental Relations committees. In addition, he serves as the Democratic liaison to the Monroe County Environmental Management Council and the Monroe County 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 the Interim Director of the First-Year Enrichment Program 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) 585 328-5222
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Legislator Lightfoot currently serves on the following committees: RMM - Economic Development & Planning, Public Safety and serves on the Board of Directors of the 911 Commission. Mr. Lightfoot is currently appointed to the Monroe County Charter Review Commission.
Mr. Lightfoot served as City Councilmember At-Large from 2006 to 2010, as one of a nine-member legislative body. During that time Mr. 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, Mr. Lightfoot served on the Parks, Public Works Committee; where he was also chairman from 2008 to 2010. Mr. Lightfoot recommended & adopted water security policy for city and shared county water supply. As a member of the Energy, Efficiency and Natural Resources Steering Committee, Nation League of Cities 2009, Mr. Lightfoot:
- Engaged in air quality & water policies at a national level for local communities and infrastructure revitalization
- Prioritized and directed legislative recommendationsEnergy, Efficiency and Natural Resources, National League of Cities 2008
- 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, Mr. Lightfoot’s credentials also boasts:
- 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. Mr. Lightfoot led 10 youth to the Eagle Scout rank over his tenure.
- AUDIO VIDEO CHAIRMAN from 2002 to 2010, where he led the Audio Video and Visual team for the smooth delivery of services for church parishioners totaling over 600 members; continuously abreast of emerging technologies Mr. Lightfoot implemented the transition from analog to digital platforms for the historic Mt. Olivet Baptist Church in Cornhill.
- SECTOR 4, PRESIDENT from 2004 to2006, where he managed five neighborhood groups & committees that made up the city’s southwest. As leader, Mr. 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 Mr. Lightfoot was employed with the Monroe County Department of Environmental Services as a Pure Water Technician. He performed a broad range of administrative and customer service activities, including, disseminating information regarding underground utilities. As a Maintenance Mechanic II at the VanLare Plant, from 1990 to 1996, Mr. Lightfoot was responsible for the delivery of diversified maintenance activities, and the repair of nearly 2,500 pieces of equipment.
Mr. Lightfoot earned his Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies 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.
26th District–Gates, Greece, Rochester
100 Dunsmere Drive, Rochester, NY 14615
Phone: (w) 585 753-1922, (h) 585 314-0200
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Monroe County Legislator Tony Micciche represents the 26th Legislative District which includes portions of the Towns of Gates, Greece and the City of Rochester, including Charlotte and the Maplewood Neighborhood. Tony was elected to a four year term in November 2011 and was sworn into office on January 3, 2012. Tony is the Chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee and serves on the Public Safety 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
147 Trafalgar Street, Rochester, NY 14619
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 436-1045
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Monroe County Legislator Willie Joe Lightfoot represents the 27th District, which includes Rochester’s 19th Ward neighborhood, the Greater Rochester International Airport, Genesee Valley Park. Willie was appointed to the Monroe County Legislator in 2006. He is the Son of The Late Honorable Willie Walker Lightfoot who was the 25th District County Legislator for over 20 years. Willie currently is the Ranking Minority Member on the Public Safety Committee and also serves on the Human Services committee.
A lifelong resident of the City of Rochester, Willie often refers to himself as “Home Grown”. Willie has had a long history of civic service. He is a 12-year Veteran of the United States Air force. He has served in two wars, Desert Storm and Operation Enduring Freedom. Willie also currently works for the City of Rochester Fire Department. He holds the position of Fireman at Truck 4, which is located on University Avenue. Willie is a Peer Reviewer for the Federal Government and reads and evaluates Federal Grants written all over the United States. Willie is a 2005 graduate of the African American Leadership Development Program and has numerous community awards and recognitions. He serves on the Airport Authority Board, the Monroe County Veterans Board, the Vietnam Veterans Board, the Fire Advisory Board, and the New York State Fire Prevention and Building Codes Council.
Willie is the owner of a Real Estate Investment company called OHAD, LLC. He is the developer of a 4500 square foot mixed-use building called LIGHTFOOT SQUARE. Willie is also a NYS licensed Barber and a NYS Barber Examiner. He owns and operates his own Unisex shop called New Creations Unisex shop. Willie is an Ordained Elder and works with the youth at his church the Prayer House Church of God By Faith. He has two Associates one from Monroe Community College for Business Administration and the other from the Community College of the Air Force for Fire Science. He also has a Bachelor degree from Empire State College.
He is married to wife Verdina and has two children, daughter Precious and son Willie Joe Jr.
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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.
87 Florack Street, Rochester, NY 14621
Phone: (h) 585 208-6178 (w) 585 753-1940
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Leslie Rivera, born in Caguas, Puerto Rico, moved with her family as a child to Keeler Park apartments, a subsidized housing community in the 29th Legislative District in Northeast Rochester.
Like many families that immigrated to the United States, the Rivera’s came to the states seeking opportunity. They came to help run the family business, Rivera’s Market in Northeast Rochester. At the age of 16, Leslie began working the day-to-day operations of the market, learning first-hand the successes and challenges of running a small neighborhood family business. Rivera’s would grow to own all four corners of the neighborhood block some serving as specialty stores while others served as residential properties, offering local city residents access to fresh produce and family hospitality.
Leslie battled through the struggles of being an English Language Learner, attending the Bilingual Education Program. With the help of caring teachers, Leslie excelled in school and developed a strong passion for service. Wanting to give back and inspired by those who had done so much for her, Leslie set out to become a teacher joining East High School’s Teaching and Learning Institute (T.L.I.).
A proud graduate of Rochester City Schools, earning her bachelors in education from the State University of Geneseo and masters from the College at Brockport, Leslie returned home to teach at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School No. 9. She has made it her mission to help create the building blocks for students to have the ability to succeed regardless of where they grow up. As a bilingual educator, Leslie is on the front lines, teaching our families and witnessing the struggles they go through to ensure they have the resources to live.
Serving as the County Legislator for the 29th District, Leslie strives to make government responsible and accessible, bridging the gap between the County Legislature and the community. Using her small business experience, she will work to increase opportunities and resources for businesses to grow and thrive. As a lifelong educator, she will continue to put families first and fight against the painful cuts to family child care, the Parent as Teachers program and family assistance, making sure we have the resources we need live.