Alderman Victor Pietrangelo is the youngest person ever elected to Niagara Falls City Council. Ten years and four successful elections later, he continues to maintain the confidence of voters.
Known as a modest, level-headed person, Mr. Pietrangelo has repeatedly been selected by his peers on City Council as Chairman of vitally important committees. He possesses exceptional leadership abilities and an unwavering commitment to fiscal responsibility and accountability.
For the past seven years, he has acted as Chairman of City Council's Community Services Committee which is responsible for many areas such as Municipal Works and Parks, Recreation, and Culture.
Mr. Pietrangelo is Chairman of the new $25-million Community Centre being built in Niagara Falls, as well as Chairman of the City's Recreation Commission.
He has clearly demonstrated that he is not content to observe from the sidelines, but will immerse himself in the issues and work tirelessly for his constituents.
Mr. Pietrangelo currently teaches Mathematics and Technology at the secondary school level. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business and Administration as well as his Bachelor of Education.
His family has been deeply rooted in the Niagara Region for more than 50 years.
With the support of his wife, Anita, and son Victor, Jr., Mr.. Pietrangelo will represent this riding as a member of Parliament with the same commitment, compassion and determination that he has demonstrated so keenly at the municipal level.