Rizzo III seeks second trustee term in Brocton
Nicholas A. Rizzo III announced that he has accepted the nomination from the Republican Party to seek his second full term as trustee for the village of Brocton, in the March 19 election.
Rizzo was appointed to the position of trustee in 2008, after a former board member resigned and in 2009 was elected to his first term.
Rizzo is a lifelong resident of the Brocton/-Portland area. He graduated from Brocton Central School in 1988, entered the U.S. Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1993 after serving during Operation Desert Storm.
After earning a bachelor’s degree, he spent 10 years as an electrical engineer with Carriage House Co. in Fredonia, and has worked for the last five years with Senior Electrical Engineer-ing at Nestle Purina.
He has been active in the Brocton Volunteer Fire Company for the past 15 years, a member of the John W. Dill American Legion Post 434 for 21 years, a volunteer pilot in the Civil Air Patrol, has spent eight years as a volunteer coach in the Brocton/Portland Little League organization and eight years as a Section 6 high school swimming and diving referee.
“As a current member of the Village Board, I’m proud of our many accomplishments, these past four years. The replacement of a much needed substation transformer, upgrades to the water and sewer treatment plant and the upcoming restoration of our historic arch, are just a few of the projects my engineering skills have been beneficial. I also serve on several village committees, where my professional skills have proven to be a valued resource to our community, such as the Electric Committee, Shared Services, Water/Waste-water, Streets and Law Enforcement. The troubling issues we as residents face can be solved with a strong team of village officials. I offer my dedication, business experience, and solid work ethic to this cause and would welcome the opportunity to help make this a better and more prosperous village.”
Rizzo, his wife, Heidi, son Devin and daughter Lorin reside in Brocton where they are members of St. Dominic Church and proud supporters of the community.