Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Photo courtesy of Craig Caruana
Photo courtesy of Craig Caruana
Community activist Craig Caruana is challenging incumbent Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley for the Council District 30 seat.

The race to represent District 30 on the City Council is on, with community activist and Middle Village native Craig Caruana throwing his hat in the ring for the Republican ticket.

Caruana is a member of organizations including the Knights of Columbus at Resurrection Ascension Parish, the Kiwanis Club of Glendale and the Juniper Park Civic Association.

Top issues on Caruana’s website include discretionary spending, stopping the increase in property taxes, bringing more healthcare options to the district, enhancing education, increasing small business support and reforming street parking.

“Someone has to start taking responsibility for the issues that are affecting all of our lives,” Caruana said.

The activist hopes to bring tax dollars back to the district and restore funding to civic and volunteer groups, schools, fire houses and police stations. He is also seeking to fight water rate increases by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

“DEP plans on increasing our water rate for years to come,” Caruana said. “Politicians should be telling us this plain truth, instead of pretending to be surprised year after year.”

Councilmember Eric Ulrich said his fellow Republican will bring passion to the 30th District.

“District 30 needs a fighter right now,” he said. “I know that when he’s voting on legislation that’s going to impact our quality of life, that he’s going to be the strongest advocate.”

Caruana faces incumbent Democrat Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley.

 

RECOMMENDED STORIES

Comments:

Join The Discussion



Related Stories
Fun days for the whole family scheduled in Glendale and Maspeth this month
Fun days for the whole family scheduled in Glendale and Maspeth this month
Popular Stories
Photo via Wikimedia Commons/Jim Henderson
Do you live in one of the nine Queens neighborhoods that rank among the city's priciest?
Photo courtesy of Shutterstock
Queens home foreclosures are up double digits since last year, mirroring citywide trend
Photo via Facebook/HarleenKaurGrewal
25-year-old Astoria woman burned to death in flaming car after crash in Brooklyn


Skip to toolbar