Representative District 41 Scituate/Cranston

Mike Marcello

Michael J. Marcello seeks a third term as Representative for District 41 which includes Scituate and Western Cranston. Michael has earned a reputation as reform-minded and diligent representative who spearheaded legislation regarding pension reform and opened government records to greater public scrutiny through recent legislation that amended the state’s access to public records act.  He currently serves as Vice Chair of the House Judiciary and Municipal Financial Integrity Committees and is also a member of the Government Oversight Committee. He is an partner at Morrison Mahoney LLP in Providence, RI.
Town Treasurer

Sharon Johnson seeks her first run for town-wide office and is powerful challenger for the Town Treasurer position.  Sharon is a well respected member of the Scituate Community. She is President of the local Rotary and is an active supporter and leader in the Girls Scouts of RI.  Sharon was instrumental in organizing the Scituate Community Garden and is well versed in financial practices and procedures, as she works for a local CPA firm as a bookkeeper and administrative manager.

Sharon Johnson

Town Council
Pamela Carosi Jourbachi- Pam is an active in many local and state charities, Pam specializes in event planning and fundraising. Pam, her husband, and two daughters live in Hope. A small business advocate, Pam also assists in the family restaurant business –Uncle Tony’s Pizza and Pasta. Concerned about the rising property tax rate, Pam is eager to bring small business practices to the administration and governance of our town.
Pam Carosi

Kirk Rerick- Kirk is a licensed electrical, and is ready to energize town government. An advocate for open government and open spaces, Kirk pledges to broadcast town council and school committee meetings over the web. A leader in the fight to preserve the Lawton Farm as open space, Kirk knows how to organize people to get the job done. He and his wife Sue reside in Hope.

Kirk Rerick

Marco Schiappa- Marco is a payroll systems analyst,  HR consultant and small business owner. This is first run for office. Marco is known for finding solutions to complex problems, his skills as a problem solver will be a key component of his candidacy. He will bring energy, innovation and vision to Scituate’s Town Council.

Marco Schiappa

Kara Fay- Kara is a respected lawyer and litigator; she is a partner in a successful law practice in Cranston. Committed to the rule of law, she will bring a needed voice on our town council and ensure that its policies, procedures, and actions conform to Rhode Island law. An involved parent, Kara can be found on the soccer field, football field, or at St. Joseph Church with her family.

School Committee
Jean Esposito-Jean is a retired Scituate teacher, ultimately achieving the rank of High School Math Department Chair. She is a passionate advocate for education for all Scituate’s students. Jean taught and managed the department for twenty-five and one-half years until her retirement in 2009. She was a valued member of the faculty of SHS, serving on many committees, locally and at the state level. She co-developed the PBGR system and was instrumental in its implementation. She was awarded the NSF Award for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics in 2003, representing Rhode Island. She remains a valued member of the Rhode Island community of mathematics educators and is presently an adjunct professor of Mathematics at Rhode Island College, Bryant University and Johnson and Wales University. 

Jean Esposito

Director of Public Welfare
Neal Drobnis seeks the Welfare Directors seat. Neal is an artist, teacher and is well versed on social service delivery systems. He is currently the meal site administrator for the renowned Jewish Community Center in Providence Rhode Island.
Town Sergeant
Salvatore Lombardi announced his candidacy for Town Sergeant. Lombardi is a retried law enforcement officer and brings his skills as an investigator as well.
Board of Assessment Review
Victor S. LaSorsa – Sal LaSorsa seeks another term on the Board of Assessment Review. LaSorsa served on the board from 2004 -2010, and served as its chair from 2008-2010.
Steven G. Marsocci
Steve Marsocci entered his bid for the Board of Assessment review. Marsocci brings his skills as a purchasing and estimator in the large scale construction business. His knowledge of property/building values is superior.

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