Pictured Left to Right are Trustee Bill Hilton, Trustee Joe Keys, Sal Felice for Trustee and Pat Romeo, Esq. for Village Justice and Mayor Paul Pontieri


Dear Patchogue Village Residents,


Earlier this year, I was asked by Mayor Paul Pontieri and the Patchogue 2014 team to consider running for Patchogue Village Justice in the upcoming March 2014 election, and it was with great pride that I accepted their nomination. As a local attorney who has maintained a law practice in the Village for many years, I am confident that my knowledge of the law, life experience and strong commitment to improve the quality of life in our community, uniquely qualifies me to serve as your Village Justice.

Patchogue Village has been my home for over thirty-two years, and while I may be a “new comer,” my family’s roots grow deep. One of our three children attended the same elementary school as my husband, his mother and his grandmother. And, when it came time to settle down, two of our children bought homes in the Village. I am happy that as adults, they will continue our family’s rich tradition in Patchogue.

In the days leading up to the election, you will learn much about my 
judicial qualifications, volunteerism and strong track record of community service as former chairperson of two Village Boards, member of the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce and as a Director on the Board of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association, to list just a few. More importantly, I will have the opportunity to meet you, the residents of Patchogue Village. I look forward to seeing many of you as I go door-to-door on the campaign trail, and if elected, I will be honored to serve as the first woman Village Justice in Patchogue’s 120 year 
history.

Sincerely,

Patricia K. Romeo, Esq.



 

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For immediate release
August 10, 2013

Mayor Pontieri Announces Patricia K. Romeo as
Patchogue 2014 Candidate for Village Justice

Longtime Patchogue resident and local attorney looks to become first woman Justice in the Village’s 120 year history

Patchogue, NY – Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri has announced the selection of Patricia K. Romeo as the Patchogue 2014 candidate for Village Justice. If elected, Mrs. Romeo will be the first woman Village Justice in the 120 year history of the Incorporated Village of Patchogue. The 2014 village election will be held on March 18.

“The Village Justice election is about community,” said Mayor Pontieri, “and no one understands that more than Patti Romeo.”

Patricia K. Romeo is a longtime Patchogue resident and local attorney who has maintained her own law practice in the village for many years. She has a solid track record of community service, including:

- Former Chair and Board Member of the Community Development Agency
- Former Chair of the Architectural Review Board
- Rotary Club member and current Director of Club Service
- Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce member
- Board of Directors of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association
- Lecturer, Suffolk County Displaced Homemakers Program, Boy Scouts Learning for Life Program,
      Patchogue-Medford High School Corporate Raiders Program
- Former Facilitator at monthly workshops, Town of Brookhaven Office of Women’s Services
- Former Co-Chair of the New York State Assembly Task Force Committee on Health Issues
- Financial Secretary, Suffolk Boat Club

In accepting Mayor Pontieri’s endorsement, Mrs. Romeo said, “Paul and his village board have accomplished so much to move Patchogue forward.  Serving as Village Justice during such an important time in our history would be an honor.”

A Magna Cum Laude graduate from Touro Law School, Mrs. Romeo received the prestigious American Jurisprudence Award for Excellence and the Bessie Ray Geffner Award for Outstanding Woman Law Student. She also has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. Her knowledge of the law, life experience and strong commitment to improve the quality of life in her community are the attributes that make her the ideal candidate for Patchogue Village Justice.

Contact: Jack Krieger at 631-987-2972 or jackkrieger@optonline.net

 
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