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Actions Speak Louder than Words for Supervisor/Mayor-Elect Ron Belmont

In response to residents' wishes, the newly elected Republican team spend the day after the elections removing campaign signs.

Despite campaign exhaustion and late night polls and celebrations, Supervisor/Mayor-elect Ron Belmont and his team wanted to show residents they plan to do what they say and that their actions will follow their promises.

Accordingly, the newly elected Republican team were out taking down the election signs that residents have voiced such strong objection to.

 “I’m glad to say that all the Belmont Team signs are already down right across town,” Belmont said after working with his team till well after dark.

Belmont says he wants to hear and respond to residents’ issues quickly and efficiently. He hopes that he and his team's efforts Tuesday to respond quickly to resident's objections is an indication to all town residents that his actions will speak as loudly, if not louder, than his words as he takes on his first mayoral term.

NAO November 10, 2011 at 01:34 PM
Thank you for taking the signs down quickly. It is appreciated.
Donna November 10, 2011 at 01:56 PM
I know that Ron and the rest of the Belmont team will respond to residents' concerns as quickly as he took down the campaign signs. He is a mean who stands by his words.
BobCat November 10, 2011 at 02:13 PM
As a former Harrison resident, I'm glad to see that the voters of my hometown got it right. I knew Ron for several years and grew up with Steve Malfitano. They are both good guys and will do their best to get the town back on the right track.
JoeSchmo November 10, 2011 at 03:09 PM
Steve is a good guy??? Are you mentally ill?
Proud Citizen November 10, 2011 at 04:02 PM
Harrison not only is the Walsh and Vetere out I truly hope that they clean out the law department feeding the wolves with Castiglia and Palladino! Both were a waste of taxpayer money!
John O November 10, 2011 at 07:34 PM
Way to go Ron! That is why we all voted for you and your team. Promises made and promises kept.
Harrison @ Halstead November 10, 2011 at 09:44 PM
Must be a Democrat. Nothing positive. Just negativity! Didn't Tuesday night teach you anything? Negativity does not work. 64-36%. Duh!

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