Gil Piaquadio Supervisor
|Gil Piaquadio was elected councilman in 2003. He was re-elected in Novermber 2007 to another four year term and again in 2011. He was appointed Deputy Supervisor in 2012. Upon Wayne Booth vacating the Supervisor position on March 5, 2014 Piaquadio continued as Deputy Supervisor Acting as Supervisor, He was elected in November 2014 to fill the Supervisors vacancy.
He has been a resident of the Town of Newburgh for over 35 years.
He is married with four (4) children Gil Jr. Adam, Kyle and Robert.
He has an extensive security background having spent over 30 years with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office (on a part time basis) and having operated two security companies.
He is past president of the Newburgh Rotary Club, Past President of City of Newburgh Lions Club, and a member in good standing of Unico, Elks Club, Masons, Shriners.
He received the Melvin Jones award which is the highest award given by Lions Club for outstanding humanitarian efforts.
He received a recognition award from the Amateur Speed Skating Union of the United States for contributions made to the sport of Speed Skating on a local and national level.
He authored and copyrighted “How to Claim Your Money” a reference book.
He is a certified defensive driving instructor for the National Traffic Safety Institute.
Gil Piaquadio Welcomes you to the official web site of the Town of Newburgh.
The Town of Newburgh is a diverse community of people from rural, suburban, and urban
cultures. We have a collage of farms and orchards, rural neighborhoods and well defined
housing development communities. This is combined with a vibrant business district that
supplies the products and services we desire while providing a viable commercial tax base
to offset the real property taxes to our residents. It is this diversity that makes the
Town of Newburgh a desirable place to both live and work.
It is the mission of the Town of Newburgh elected officials, their employees and agents to
provide superior and improving services while controlling the tax burden on their local
businesses. We are continuing to attract new businesses to our community to enhance
both the products available to our residents and expand our commercial tax base.
The Town of Newburgh is continually striving to improve and maintain the quality of life
for its residents. This spring the Consolidated Water District will be completing the new
water filtration plant located at the Delaware Aqueduct Tap. This new six (6) million
gallon per day state of the art filtration plant will provide the Town of Newburgh with
quality water for decades to come.
Thank you for allowing me the privilege of serving as your Town Supervisor.
You can Contact Gil at:
Town of Newburgh
1496 Route 300
Newburgh, New York 12550