We ran a good campaign. Congratulations to Floyd DeAngelo and Kevin Shuback.
I'm so grateful to everyone I met and worked with throughout my campaign. The work continues.
When Greg Galluccio and his wife Dixie Comeau first saw Warwick early in 2015, they knew it was the place for them. They purchased a property not far from the village on which to build an energy-efficient home using net-zero building methods and sustainable construction materials. During construction, they rented in Greenwood Lake and became just as devoted to the people and community there.
Today, Greg is semi-retired and intent on serving the community he loves. He's bringing his technical and leadership skills, his experience working with diverse, multi-cultural teams, and his commitment to the preservation of our environment to the Warwick Town Board.
A native New Yorker, Galluccio holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in international business. He spent a large part of his 35-year career developing energy efficient technologies such as LED lights and automated building controls. He has worked with colleagues and clients in more than 25 countries and lived outside the United States for several years.
Greg and Dixie are both active in the Warwick Town Democratic Committee. They have three grown children.
Let's inject some vitality, create a new perspective and add new ideas to Warwick's Town Board.
Watch this video to learn more about who I am, why I'm running as a Democratic candidate for Warwick Town Board, and the issues that are important to me.
Please come out and vote in November!!
In Warwick, NY, the Town Board membership has been completely Republican for the past 20 years. This just isn't acceptable in 2021. Changing the makeup of the Board is important and necessary to create a more equitable environment for all of our residents. As a Democrat, I will start to right that imbalance. I'll also bring new energy, skills, resources and a thoughtful, more inclusive approach to the Town Board. I will open a channel to make sure the Board hears and respects Warwick citizens' many points of view. I will let sunlight into our decision-making. It's what all of us who love Warwick deserve. There is a video on this page that I hope will help you get to know me. Then join me in bringing positive, constructive change to Warwick.
I'm working to be Anti-Racist. It's a journey. What I can promise is to invite, listen to and amplify the voices of BIPOC individuals. I will represent all individuals regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious orientation or skin color. I will not tolerate any form of discrimination.
Most Warwick residents have little line of sight to the Town Board's process. I will advocate for bringing the Board's work and deliberations into the light. I want to make it easy for Warwick residents to be aware of the business before the Board and informed as to how to participate or express their opinion. I want equal consideration given to the needs and concerns of all parties affected by Board decisions.
I can win this race, but only with your help. Volunteering to carry petitions, writing postcards, getting the word out by talking about my campaign and donating are all ways of helping me win in November.
We depend on our local small businesses for goods and services as well as their role in attracting visitors to our beautiful Valley and village Main Streets. These businesses have been severely impacted by the Covid 19 pandemic. When they hurt, we all hurt.
We are entering into a second year of pandemic life. It is fair to ask the Town Board to assess how swiftly and effectively it addressed the pandemic. What exactly did it do to support small business owners and their employees? And, what has been learned? What worked well elsewhere that could be applied in Warwick Town? Looking ahead, how do we define and prepare for the "new normal" for village downtowns?
I am accustomed to working through crises. I have an aptitude for solving large, complex, urgent problems. I will be a strong addition to the Town Board team.
Many of Warwick’s children grow up and move away for better jobs and opportunities. How can we balance preserving our farming roots while attracting industries that generate new types of jobs for our younger residents who would like to stay here? Our challenge is to “grow smart” by attracting what makes sense for Warwick, and ensuring we also create the infrastructure to support what we attract.
My background in strategic planning and creating project road maps will be enormously helpful in taking the steps that will add vibrance and sustainability to Warwick.
A local developer bought a 10-acre plot in Warwick containing a natural landmark and historic site known as "Pulpit Rock." He wants to build a 128-room hotel and associated amenities centered around the landmark rock. The Town Board will ultimately determine whether and how this development may proceed.
As a member of the Town Board, my question will be, "What's the best way to preserve this natural landmark?"
This is a short video outlining my thoughts on the "Pulpit Rock" issue.
Response to the racist ad in the March 5 Edition of the Warwick Advertiser