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This profile was last updated on 3/2/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Richard A. Gerentine

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Employment History

  • Chairman
    Bridge Authority

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Marlboro High School
  • bachelors degree , Business Administration
  • degree , Business Administration
    Marist College
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Web References
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Authority Chairman Richard A. Gerentine said "The dark fiber leasing program is in its fifth year and has been a tremendous success.
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Bridge Authority Chairman Richard Gerentine said "We are pleased with the results of the S&P review.
We are pleased with the results ... [cached]
We are pleased with the results of the S&P review, said Bridge Authority Chairman Richard A. Gerentine.
But the new proposal by legislator ... [cached]
But the new proposal by legislator and Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Gerentine would restore the previous formula, clawing back 1.5 percent of Kingston's sales tax revenue and 1 percent from the towns.
Gerentine (R-Marlborough) said this week the take-back was warranted by the county's takeover of expenses for the Safety Net welfare program.
Gerentine and other backers of the new plan argue that giving the county a greater share of sales tax revenue to make up for the added fiscal impact of welfare costs and elections is simply a matter of fairness, and revenue following expenses.
"We gave them extra [sales tax] money in the past for Safety Net costs," said Gerentine.
If Gerentine's proposed 1.5 percent clawback goes through, it will cost the city about $1.1 million.
Gerentine and the other legislators who side with him and allow themselves to be his puppets are absolute fools. He has them doing his dirty work.
In particular, the proposed $4,000 pay ... [cached]
In particular, the proposed $4,000 pay hike for legislators, the first raise in 16 years, was defended by Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Gerentine, who said it was long overdue. Gerentine also noted the transition, several years ago, from a 33-member legislature to 23 members.
"Twenty-three people are doing 33 people's work, and, to ask for a $4,000 raise, yeah, it seems like a lot of money, but I think it's very deserving," Gerentine, a Republican, said, noting that even with the amendment, they are still decreasing the tax rate.
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