Senator Kathy Marchione endorses Todd Kusnierz for Moreau Town Supervisor

As Moreau Town Councilman, Todd Kusnierz has delivered positiv e results that helped Moreau move forward while protecting its special quality of life; as Moreau Town Supervisor, Todd Kusnierz will do even more to assist the community and keep Moreau a great place to live, work and raise a family, says Senator Kathy Marchione

Moreau, NY – New York State Senator Kathy Marchione (R,C,I,Reform-Halfmoon) today announced her endorsement of Todd Kusnierz for Moreau Town Supervisor. Presently serving as a member of the Moreau Town Board, Councilman Kusnierz is running for Town Supervisor this fall. In addition to being endorsed by Senator Marchione, Todd Kusnierz has also been endorsed for Moreau Town Supervisor by the Republican, Conservative and Independence Parties, respectively.

Some of the many policy successes achieved for an even better Moreau since Todd Kusnierz has served on the Town Board include:

  • Elimination of the Highway Tax;
  • Cutting the Town Fire Protection Tax in half while increasing funding for the fire company;
  • Installation of water infrastructure along Route 9 to Exit 17; and
  • Securing funding for additional recreational land.

As Moreau Town Supervisor, Todd Kusnierz will focus on public policy priorities that include:

  • Expansion of affordable sewer infrastructure;
  • Adoption of realistic, sustainable budgets to protect taxpayers;
  • Responsible economic development that preserves the Town of Moreau’s special quality of life; and
  • Creation of a five-year Recreational Master Plan.

“Serving as a Moreau Town Councilman, Todd Kusnierz has achieved an impressive record of public service and policy successes that helped the Town of Moreau move forward, while carefully protecting and preserving the community’s special quality of life. As Town Supervisor, Todd will do even more to help, serve, and lead his community to keep Moreau moving forward. His leadership, experience and integrity are essential parts of his honorable, dedicated service,” Senator Marchione said. 

“In addition to being a successful small business owner, and one of the most knowledgeable and respected agricultural policy experts in state and local government, Councilman Kusnier z’s record includes elimination of the Highway Tax; reducing the Town Fire Protection Tax by half while increasing funding for first responders; installing water infrastructure and securing funding for additional recreational land. As Town Supervisor, Todd Kusnierz will  continue to be a highly effective, hard-working, thoughtful, forward-looking leader who puts people, principle and policy before politics. I have seen Todd Kusnierz’s good works and tireless commitment to the community and give him my strongest possible endorsement to serve as Moreau’s next Town Supervisor,” Senator Marchione stated.

Councilman Kusnierz was first elected to the Moreau Town Board in 2001 and is currently serving his fourth four-year term. Councilman Kusnierz had the distinction of being the first New York State Senate appointee to the Historic Saratoga-Washington on the Hudson Partnership. Councilman Kusnierz also served on the Crandall Public Library’s strategic five-year planning committee.

Todd Kusnierz is a lifelong resident of the Town of Moreau, where he and his wife Mary Ellen proudly raised their children, Ted and Jacqueline. A graduate ofSouth Glens Falls High School and Cornell University, Kusnierz began his 28-year career in state government working for the New York State Legislature. Simultaneously, he has grown the local family business as a co-owner and operator of Candy Cane Farm, LLC, a long-time, successful enterprise in the community. As Moreau’s next Town Supervisor, Todd Kusnierz will put his nearly 30 years of state and local government experience, as well as his lifelong experience as a businessman, to work full-time for the betterment of the community.

For more information regarding Senator Kathy Marchione’s endorsement of Todd Kusnierz for election as Moreau Town Supervisor this fall, visit Senator Marchione’s official campaign website: