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John A. Perillo
- Party: Republican, Conservative
- Occupation: self employed since 1967
- Elected Mayor Village of Ossining
- Elected Trustee Village of Ossining
- Elected Ossining School Board Member
- Member Village Planning Board
- Member Board of Architectural Review
- Member Zoning Board of Appeals
Catherine A. Borgia
- Take a leadership role in a bi-partisan government
- 5% tax cut accross the board
- Propose a ballot referendum for study purposes only to unite Village and Town of Ossining as one entity.
Martha L. Dodge
- Party: Democratic, Independence
- Party: Working Families
- Occupation: Town of Ossining Supervisor; Media consultant
- Education: B.A. (History), Wesleyan University, '80; M.A. (Media Studies), New School for Social Research, '86
- Prior Civic Service: Town of Ossining Town Council
- Officer and Chairman of many committees for Ossining PTA
- Co-Chair Ossining School Community Walk Day- Safe Routes to School
- Annual Youth Job Opportunity Fair
- Board of Directors and Secretary, Interfaith Council for Action (IFCA)
- Create efficiency and tax payer savings by sharing services with other municipalities and entities
- Improve infrastructure and equipment in an environmentally sound and cost effective manner
- Incorporate affordable and low income housing into the fabric of the community
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