If re-elected, Brunello would like to continue to focus on the needs of the city.
“I would continue to address infrastructure needs, (such as) necessary road work, capital needs and drainage issues,” he said. “I would (also) continue to work on park enhancements, (including) more means of recycling and work(ing) to grow our recreation activities, focusing on all age groups.”
Brunello plans to support fiscal responsibility with “expense management and debt reduction” as well.
He has worked to support various legislation and helped make several improvements and enhancements as a member of the parks and recreation commission.
Brunello is committed to his current position on council and believes he had a productive term.
“I stand committed to putting the community first,” he said.
- Amy Popik, The News-Herald article from Oct. 18, 2013