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Southampton Press / Opinion / Letters / 1719755

Take It Back

We have known Gina Arresta and her family for over 16 years. She is a devoted mother, wife and a committed member of the Southampton Village community, where she has lived over 30 years. During this time, she has been active in her parish and with a variety of other activities benefiting the needy and less fortunate. Her character and integrity are unquestionable.

She is a candidate for Southampton Village trustee in the upcoming September 15 election, and we could not ask for a better representative to serve our community, especially after the recent revelations about the prior administration’s recklessness in spending and running up the village debt. Gina, as an experienced financial executive, will capably oversee village budgets and spending. Additionally, she will vigorously support our wonderful police department, vital to the safety of our community, while keeping in mind that many police agencies are currently under attack around the country.

It is clear that we need a change in who is representing us on the Board of Trustees in the Village of Southampton. Gina and Joe support affordable housing. This is what we really need in the village to help our seniors and the young adults remain as residents, rather than being forced to leave the community due to high costs of housing.

Gina Arresta and Joe McLoughlin will ensure fair and honest government is restored to our village and support the current mayoral efforts to make our village more attractive to residents and business owners. We must ensure their election on September 15 to take control of the village back and place it in the hands of those who will make the best decisions for the future of our village.

Dominick Golio

Southampton

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