Tony Malavenda comments on the broken water main in Skaneateles which occurred Wednesday night at 9:00 pm.

“We need to ensure that the most basic needs of our residents are met, including clean drinking water.  Events like this make it clear that our infrastructure is one of the most important aspects of county government and it’s not just a city problem. Infrastructure is a key issue in this campaign and it’s what I have done for over 30 years,” said Malavenda.

 

About Tony Malavenda

Malavenda kicked off his campaign for Onondaga County Executive on February 26th to challenge career politician Ryan McMahon. Malavenda was born and raised in the county and now lives with his wife, Martine, who owns Upstate Yoga Institute. His daughter Emily recently graduated from medical school at SUNY Upstate Medical University, and his daughter Sarah worked at Digital Hyve in downtown Syracuse and is headed to the University of Michigan to pursue a graduate degree in social work.