Democrats held a caucus on Monday and nominated Mark Venuti, the town supervisor, and Kim Aliperti who is on the Town Board for new 4 year terms this November.
Mitch Wilber was also nominated for another Town Board position.
Mark Palmieri will not be running for reelection due to building a house in Yates County.
These three were unanimous choices of 27 people at the caucus.
Venuti’s experiences include being a member of the Ontario County Board of Supervisors where he serves on the public safety and planning along with the environmental quality committees. He’s also a part of the board of directors for the Ontario County Soil and Water Conservation District.
Aliperti’s experience is holding a position on the Town Board since 2018, she chairs the communication committee and it on the economic development committee. She and her husband are the owners of Billsboro Winery in the town of Geneva.
Wilber is the chair of the agricultural enhancement committee, on the town’s special safety and fire protection and zoning code review committees and served on the town’s comprehensive plan committee and town Planning Board. He is the manager of the local Helena Agri-Enterprises branch.
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