Michael Miles announces candidacy for mayor Fatima Urcioli & Julio Seda for advice
(Tinton Falls) June 24, 2021 – Tinton Falls resident Michael Miles announced today that he will run for mayor in the borough’s upcoming bipartisan election in November. With Miles, Fatima Urcioli & Julio Seda are running for the two seats on the city council, which are also available for election.
The Miles ticket has received early approval from long-time respected resident Fred Lomangino, President of the Tinton Falls Board of Education: “It is important that the borough and the school board work together – for taxpayers, children and all residents of them City.
“Many residents and local businesses have encouraged me to run,” said Miles, “they all share similar concerns and seek leadership, accountability and open communication in the city administration.”
Michael Miles has lived in Monmouth County since 2003. He has been married to his wife Christine for a decade and has two children. Michael has been active in regional sales in the beverage industry for over 20 years and advises in the border triangle. He is an active member of the Tinton Falls Neighborhood Watch and volunteers for the local American Legion and Sons of the American Legion.
Based in Monmouth County since 1981, Fatima Urcioli has over 15 years of experience as a project manager in the apparel and fashion industry working with clients both domestically and internationally. She was also an adjunct professor at Brookdale Community College. Fatima has been married to her husband James for 5 years and has two sons.
“Tinton Falls taxpayers need to know what their leaders are doing, why they are doing it, and how it benefits the community,” said Fatima. “Everything starts with open and honest communication”.
Julio Seda grew up in Tinton Falls and has been based in 1985. He has worked in the IT sector for over 20 years and has extensive experience in the areas of system security, infrastructure, critical system support and provider management.
“Tinton Falls was my home, I grew up here and I want to give something back to the community,” said Seda. “Our community deserves more and new leadership is needed.”
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