Conversation Aims To Celebrate Diversity, Unite Neighbors

Jamestown City Councilman Andrew Liuzzo announces bid for Mayor. Image by Justin Gould/WNYNewsNow. 02/02/19.


JAMESTOWN – A conversation and food tasting aimed to recognize and celebrate the diversity of Jamestown will take place this weekend.

Jamestown City Councilman At-Large and City of Jamestown Libertarian Mayoral Candidate Andrew Liuzzo says the “Sample the Diversity of Our City” event will take place Sunday at the Sheldon House, 9 Falconer St., from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Liuzzo said, by bringing people together, they can explore their commonalities while leaving differences aside.



“The purpose of my campaign is to be better neighbors to each other,” said Liuzzo. “My thinking is I want to celebrate the diversity of our city that makes it a beautiful and unique city.”

The Councilman said, since launching his campaign, he has voiced the importance of working together; something that he emphasizes the city needs.

“We have to take that first step. We have to get back to the basics of what makes a community a community, and I think that is where it starts: being better neighbors,” explained Liuzzo.



Liuzzo is running on the Libertarian ticket against Democrat Eddie Sundquist and Republican Dave Wilfong in this fall’s mayoral election.

 

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