If re-elected, Cassella said he will continue quarterly public meetings
with the Finance Committee to review the village’s status between income
The 10-year resident also said he will continue contributing to the village’s five-year plan to improve
roadways and work with Lake County and other Perry entities to negotiate shared services and cooperative ventures.
“My hope is that Perry Village voters recognize my past dedicated services while monitoring the budget,” Cassella said.
“Additionally, I will promote council, administration and staff to always be responsive to resident issues and concerns.”
-- Simon Husted, News-Herald article from Oct. 12, 2013