TARRYTOWN, N.Y. Tarrytown Republican voters nominated three women to run in the upcoming March elections on Monday night.
Alison Boldyrev, Eleanor Miscioscia and Christine Miscioscia have been selected to run for village trustees against Democrat-endorsed, incumbents Mary McGee, Robert Hoyt and Thomas Basher.
I want to bring the town back to Tarrytown, Eleanor Miscioscia said. I'm not happy with the way things have been done for several years. It's not open government. People can't come to a board meeting and speak and ask a question without being told to put it in writing.
Boldyrev has been a resident of Tarrytown for 11 years. She is involved with the Tarrytown Recreation Advisory Council and the Parent-Teachers Association. Boldyrev is the chair of the Tarrytown Republican Party and a stay-at-home mom. She also helps run her husband's construction business.
Boldyrev says she's running to give a choice for change, for a real balance on the board.
Eleanor Miscioscia is a lifelong resident of Tarrytown and notes she's living in the house she grew up in. She is a registered nurse and the director of nursing at Maryknoll Sisters. Christine Miscioscia is also a lifelong resident of Tarrytown. She is the daughter of fellow candidate Eleanor.
Both Eleanor and Christine Miscioscia say the village needs to be looking at taxes, shared services and the Tappan Zee Bridge.
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