Laurie Rogers-Smalley is a 56-year resident of Mount Pleasant who grew up in Pleasantville and raised her three children in Valhalla with her husband Peter.
Has proudly served as a Councilwoman since 2013.
Currently serves as Deputy Supervisor, as well as Liaison to the Comptroller’s office, which has helped support her commitment to sound fiscal management.
Previously served as the Town Board Liaison to the Recreation Commission and Library Board.
Boasts an outstanding fiscal record, having supported policies and initiatives that have resulted in 0% tax levy increase in 2021 and have built up a healthy financial reserve.
In Laurie’s seven years on the Town Board, she has supported and continues to support the training, staff development, and educational opportunities for local law enforcement.
Is an active ally of the local senior community and serves on the Steering Committee of Pleasantville Strong, an organization focused on promoting education to prevent drug and alcohol abuse in children and adolescents.
Since March of 2020, Laurie and her husband have worked with local organizations to provide meals and groceries to residents who could not access food, resulting in the creation of the Mount Pleasant Food Pantry.
Laurie retired from a 42-year career as a Registered Nurse in 2019, during which she served as Supervising Public Health Nurse with the Westchester County Department of Health.
Tom Sialiano has lived in Mount Pleasant since 1990 with his wife Donalyn and two daughters, Amanda and Christina.
A retired FDNY Lieutenant, Tom has spent his life serving his community.
Appointed Deputy Supervisor for fiscal year 2020.
Liaison for the Mount Pleasant Recreation & Parks Committee, Town Public Library, and Town of Mount Pleasant Highway Department.
Tom served on the Mount Pleasant Planning Board from 1992-2002, and on the Mount Pleasant Town Board from 2002-2013 and again in 2017.
Responsible for 15 on-time budgets that were fiscally conservative and provided essential services.
Voted for a tax break for all Town Veterans.
Supports our Police Officers and Firefighters to ensure they have the resources and training that they need to protect our citizens.
Tom is a professional golfer and PGA of America member. He is currently the DIrector of Instruction at Pleasantville Country Club and provides free golf instruction to veterans through the MET PGA HOPE Program.