Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Nolin Files Over 800 Signatures For Cohoes Mayoral Race

COHOES >> Needing only 295 signatures to get on the ballot for the Cohoes Mayoral Democratic Primary, Tuesday Dianne Nolin filed over 800 signatures to ensure her a place on the ballot, according to a press release from her camp.

“The outpouring of support for my candidacy is the best way to start my campaign to be Cohoes’ next Mayor. People know that when Cohoes comes together, we can do better,” said Nolin, a lifelong resident of the City. “There are many financial and infrastructure issues facing our city. I will bring a level headed, experienced approach to City Hall while keeping my door open to the great ideas that I know will come from our citizens. ”

Nolin is committed to having a City with
  • Clean, safe and attractive neighborhoods
  • Economic development to attract and grow the local economy
  • Open, transparent and efficient government, and
  • Sound financial management and budgeting.
A Cohoes native, Nolin grew up in the City with her parents, Edmund and Janet Rigney and her 11 brothers and sisters. She attended Keveny Memorial Academy and then went on to HVCC and the Albany College of Pharmacy. She has worked as a pharmacist in Cohoes since 1977.

Nolin has served on the Cohoes’ Common Council representing the City’s fourth ward for the past eight years. During her tenure, she has served as President of the Common Council and is now Vice President. She is also the Treasurer of the Cohoes Local Development Corp. and has provided leadership in the City’s budget process keeping spending below the tax cap.
For more information on the Nolin campaign, go to www.nolinformayor.com

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