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Reilich to Run for Greece Town Supervisor

Friday, March 1st, 2013

New York State Assemblyman Bill Reilich announced this morning that he is the Republican candidate for Greece Town Supervisor in this year’s elections.  At its meeting last night, the Greece Republican Committee unanimously endorsed Reilich and the entire slate of candidates running for an historic ten local offices this year.
 
“I have lived in Greece nearly my entire life, I went to school here, started my first business here which I grew to employ 60 full time people, and I am raising my own family here.  It has truly been my honor to represent Greece as your Assemblyman for the last 10 years,” said Reilich.  “I have always been proud to represent this community.”  
 
“Now is the right time for change in Greece. Together, we have all experienced some of the challenges faced by our town, but we must believe we can do better, and we will do better,” said Reilich.  “I think we all can agree that Greece has so much to offer and in believing that, we must also realize that there is much potential yet to discover.”
 
Reilich highlighted an agenda focused on enhancing the quality of life for Greece residents.  It includes aggressively seeking new business development opportunities that will create more good jobs for residents, expanding recreational opportunities available to residents, including continual improvements to Greece’s parks and enhanced access to the Erie Canal, and seeking new opportunities to make Greece an even more attractive place for seniors and young families to call home. 
 
“Our town motto is ‘Discover the Promise’ and while recently many may be questioning where the promise has gone, let me assure each of you today, that as we move forward I am confident that all the negatives can be moved aside and each can be replaced by hope and a renewed commitment to our residents,” said Reilich.
 
“Today truly is a new day and the path to a fresh start.  I believe in Greece, I love this town and I am certain that our best days truly are ahead,” said Reilich.  “I commit to all of you, and to each person in our town, that I will work to Restore The Promise and refocus on all that is good in Greece.”