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Anthony P. Cellini

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Roberta Byron-Lockwood president and CEO ...
www.riverreporter.com, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
Roberta Byron-Lockwood president and CEO of the Sullivan County Visitors Association and Tony Cellini, retiring supervisor of the Town of Thompson, address the audience at association's the annual dinner.
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One of the people who was honored was Tony Cellini, supervisor of the Town of Thompson, who after working hard for decades to bring a casino to his town, is retiring at the end of the year.
In accepting the award, Cellini alluded to the fact that there was some controversy about granting SCVA the contract to promote tourism in Sullivan County at the end of 2012. Some members of the legislature wanted to grant the contract to a new company called Sullivan County Tourism and Promotion (SCTP). Ultimately the contract went to SCVA.
Cellini said, "I want to commend the legislators that are here for allowing Roberta [Byron-Lockwood] and Herb [Lewis] to continue to do the excellent work that they do, and I hope that you continue to follow through because you have real professionals here and we need them to carry on in the next few years, and it's going to be exciting here in Sullivan County."
"There would be a conflict of ...
www.sc-democrat.com, 6 Dec 2013 [cached]
"There would be a conflict of interest if somebody from this area sat on it," assessed Thompson Town Supervisor Tony Cellini. That's from a man who is as enthusiastic as anyone about casinos – and in whose town at least one is likely to arise. "I think we're the #1 choice here," he agreed.
Jerry Fielding, Ramon Cedeira and William ...
www.sc-democrat.com, 29 Oct 2013 [cached]
Jerry Fielding, Ramon Cedeira and William Rieber (l to r) are all vying to succeed retiring Thompson Supervisor Tony Cellini this November 5th.
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Trio vying to succeed Supervisor Cellini
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His old friend, Tony Cellini, is retiring at the end of this year, and Fielding would like to replace him.
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And thanks to his friendship with Cellini, he's confident he knows how to accomplish all of the above.
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Asked what he'd do differently than outgoing Thompson Supervisor Tony Cellini, who's run the district which includes the county seat Village of Monticello for two decades, Cedeira said, "This will be an extensive list that will need to be analyzed and prioritized once I am elected.
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As for what he'd do differently than Cellini, who oversaw an unprecedented amount of expansion and development during his two-decade tenure, Rieber says, "I'm my own personality.
It's a matter of protecting the ...
www.sc-democrat.com, 3 Sept 2013 [cached]
It's a matter of protecting the town, said Thompson Supervisor Tony Cellini, even though highway departments throughout the county (and neighboring counties) have shared personnel, equipment and supplies for decades.
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In a letter sent earlier this month to Cellini, Sipos suggested combining Forestburgh's highway department with Thompson's – possibly even turning it into a Dept. of Public Works with an appointed leader answerable directly to the two town boards.
But just because on Friday the ...
www.sc-democrat.com, 25 June 2013 [cached]
But just because on Friday the State Legislature passed legislation authorizing four upstate casinos doesn't mean Thompson Supervisor Tony Cellini – or anyone else in Sullivan County, for that matter – believes it's a done deal. "I'm still guarded about the future," confirmed Cellini, who's been on this roller-coaster since the '70s. The plan – which would allow one to three casinos in the Catskills – still has to gain public approval in a statewide referendum this November 5, Election Day. And that may be a significant hurdle even in a state economically suffering as much as New York. "I think the polls are pretty close now," Cellini said, citing a report of 48 percent of state voters against vs. 44 percent in favor of legalizing gambling. Plus, gaming interests in neighboring Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut are likely preparing a public relations and political push against the measure. "I'm certain they don't want to see it here," Cellini surmised. That said, he just spoke with EPT/Empire, which seeks to turn much of the old Concord property near Monticello into a destination resort, including a casino. "They're ready to commence land-clearing," he related – as early as next week. Other long-dormant casino interests in the county are also stirring, though Cellini didn't identify who. "We do basically have three shovel-ready sites here in the Town of Thompson," he pointed out. In the meantime, he's contemplating putting out signs urging the public to get behind this latest casino call. "We have to unite as a community, as a region, for this," Cellini insisted.
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