Frank A. Mauriello (R)
Albany County Legislative District 27
Frank Mauriello is currently serving his first term in the Albany County Legislature. His district encompasses the most western portion of the Town of Colonie stretching from Rt. 155/New Karner Road in the east and the border with Schenectady County to the west, to Consaul and Lisha Kill Road to the north. His district includes a wide variety of neighborhoods as well as businesses along the Central Avenue corridor. The inclusion of both the Town of Colonie Golf Course, and much of the Albany Pine Bush in the district, has made Frank increasingly aware of and attuned to the growing concerns regarding development in the area.
As a Colonie Central High School graduate, Frank grew up in the district he now represents and has previously represented it as a Colonie Town Board Member. Frank’s two terms on the Town Board and four years on the Sign Review Board gave him invaluable insight and experience in making municipal government work. Throughout his tenure in public service and in the private sector, Frank has demonstrated thoughtful and steady leadership by being a highly organized and detail-oriented individual. His professional work has taken him across the region as a 26 year experienced sales executive earning many accolades along the way including the Outstanding Business Award from the Rotary Club of Guilderland-Colonie. Whether it’s for a client or a constituent, Frank serves their needs with diligence and professionalism.
Mr. Mauriello is also heavily involved in his community serving on multiple boards in his neighborhood. Frank served on the Board of Fire Commissioners for Midway Fire District from 2009 until 2013 including spending 2011 and 2013 as Chairman. He has also served on South Colonie School District’s Dollars for Scholars Board of Directors since 2009 and has served as the 1st Vice-President since 2014.
Frank received his Bachelor of Science from Siena College and is proud to represent the 27th district and call it his home. He will continue to fight as Minority Leader (a position he took in January 2016) for lower taxes and a more transparent and more effective government that serves on behalf of the people and not for government bureaucrats.