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Paul Rolli Announces Candidacy for Wilton Manors City Commission

One City - One Community Candidate’s Kick-Off Event on June 25

WILTON MANORS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, June 3, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Paul Rolli, president of Central Area Neighborhood Association of Wilton Manors (CANA), the former chairman of the Wilton Manors Budget Review Committee, and the first-ever recipient of the Community Spirit Award from the Wilton Manors Community Affairs Advisory Board, has officially announced his candidacy for Wilton Manors City Commission.

When asked why he decided to run for city commission, Rolli responded, “As one city and one community we share a wonderful quality of life. We all have so much to be proud of and to protect. The best way of doing that is to effectively plan for our future. I believe I have the experience and knowledge to do the job.”
Rolli’s campaign will focus on controlling taxes though fiscal responsibility and accountability, keeping residents and their homes safe, striking a balance between development and neighborhood quality, and safeguarding residential property values.
“There are some that love our city as much, but no one who loves Wilton Manors more than Paul Rolli,” said Wilton Manors resident and community leader M.E. DePalma. “He has taken on tough jobs in our community already. He has been a uniting leader. He sees Wilton Manors as one city and one community. We need people with his passion, knowledge and skills on the City Commission.”

Since his retirement from the Department of Treasury in 2010, Rolli has been very active in the community. He serves as the president of the Central Area Neighborhood Association of Wilton Manors (CANA), as past chairman of the Wilton Manors City Budget Committee, a director of the Wilton Manors Taste of the Island, and on the senior advisory council and finance committee of the Pride Center at Equality Park. Rolli is a member of the Wilton Manors Historical Society, the Westside Neighborhood Association, the East Neighborhood Association, SunServe, the Stonewall National Museum and Archives, Our Fund, the AIDS Museum, and the Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida. Rolli took the lead on the creation of the Richardson Park Carriage House Fundraiser Event. He has also hosted an event for the Police National Night Out Against Crime.

A host committee of over 50 of Wilton Manors leaders and neighbors will be hosting Rolli’s campaign kick-off on Saturday, June 25, 2016 at Richardson Park, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Wilton Manors residents interested in meeting the candidate and discussing a bright future for Wilton Manors are invited and encouraged to attend.

To find out more about the Rolli Campaign go to www.ElectPaulRolli.com. Volunteer opportunities are available. Rolli can be contacted directly at (954)594-7102 or via email at Paul@ElectPaulRolli.com.

The election for Wilton Manors City Commission will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

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