Ron Belmont

Leads with Transparency:

• Website agenda provides supporting documentation
• Mayor’s Office open door policy & Open Microphone at Town Board meetings
• Website agenda provides supporting documentation

Investing in our Infrastructure

•Hired strategic specialists to for grant writing
• Completed Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study and improved system functionality
• Union Ave. Accessibility & Enhancement Project using $2.5 Million from NYSDOT

Planning Local Development:

• Promoted rezoning & re-purposing of Platinum Mile, attracting quality tenants: Lifetime, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Fordham University, Toll Brothers, Montifiore, Wegmans
• New downtown business district projects: Woodworks, Playhouse Lofts, Seville Plaza, Avalon Bay – MTA Metro North
• Acquisition of properties to create downtown parking

Keeping Harrison Green:

• Replaced gas vehicles with Hybrid vehicles
• Eliminated pesticides on Town properties
• Created Sustainability Committee
• Installation of LED lighting & charging port technology
• Generator upgrades for increased efficiency

Promoting Economic Growth:

• Triple A (AAA) Bond rating from Moody’s first time for the Town of Harrison
• Stayed under State mandated tax cap annually
• Increased resident flood insurance discounts with the FEMA Community Rating System

Working for a Safer Harrison:

• Ranked 4th safest community in America by Safewise
• Increased Police Department sworn members
• Installed surveillance cameras & license plate readers throughout the community
• Member “Coalition of Mayors Against Illegal Guns”

Improving Recreation:

• Planning new recreation center
• Increased Senior Citizen Programming
• Increased Youth Programs 40%
• Upgraded several municipal playgrounds


Carlo Riccobono

Carlo is a lifelong resident of Harrison. He is married and has three children who attended Harrison schools. He has actively served and been involved in important community organizations and groups throughout the town, serving many in a leadership capacity. He now desires to continue his involvement, assistance, and overall contribution to the community by serving on the Town Council.

• Lifelong resident of the Town of Harrison
• Over 37 years of managerial and service experience with a leading worldwide technology company
• 37 year member – West Harrison Fire Department (Served as Lieutenant, Secretary, Treasurer & Member of Board of Directors)
• Former Committee Member – West Harrison Water District #1
• Served as Co-Chair & volunteer – St. Anthony’s Parish Festa Former Council Member – St. Anthony’s Parish
• Member – Harrison H.S. Band Parents Assoc., past president
• Former Troop Leader – Boy Scout Pack #5, Silver Lake
• Harrison Little League Volunteer
• Graduate DeVry Technical Institute (1981) Electronics Degree
• Attended Harrison schools

Fred Sciliano

• Current member of the Harrison Town Board (since 2008)
• Lifelong resident of Harrison
• Former Chief of West Harrison Fire Department (43 year member)
• Founding Member: West Harrison Neighborhood Association – Past President
• Chairman: Building Contractors Association of Westchester
• Trustee – Construction Advancement Institute
• Harrison Architectural Board Past Chairman – Member 15 years
• Sr. Vice President – LeChase Construction (commercial and general construction management firm)
• Member – Building Owners & Management Association of Westchester, Building Contractors Association of Westchester, Associated General Contractors of America, Business Council of Westchester
• Graduate of Fairleigh Dickenson University – B.S. in Civil Engineering Technology
• St. Anthony of Padua Eucharistic Minister
• Attended Harrison schools

Jackie Greer

Jackie is a third generation, lifelong resident of Harrison. She has over 37 years of administrative experience and is a graduate of Simmons Business School. Her involvement in civic and community affairs most notably includes the Parson’s PTA (President), the Holiday Project, and she serves as the Town’s liaison with the Harrison Historical Society. Jackie continues to research and integrate new technology to maintain a modern, efficient and cost-effective Town Clerk’s Office. Jackie is married and has one daughter.

• Incumbent Town Clerk
• Streamlined methods & initiated improvements that have kept operational increases to under 5% total over the past eight years
• Maintains a new and more secure Town of Harrison website that has received over one million visits
• Added live-streaming video capabilities of Town Board Meetings on the Town’s website
• Computerized all birth, marriage & death certificates
• Instituted evening hours at no additional cost to our taxpayers
• Free Notary Public service, schedules home visits by appointment
• Current President of the Westchester/Putnam Town/City Clerks Association