Bulzomi said he wants to improve the town's building department, saying it is still too slow to handle applications. He said he would add more code enforcement officers to New Cassel, where illegal housing is a concern. He also criticized the town's hiring of Kim Kaiman, the wife of former Supervisor Jon Kaiman, to serve as the town's business and tourism executive director. "Last time I checked, I didn't know we were a tourist destination here in North Hempstead," Bulzomi said. He called the town's management of the "Yes We Can" community center -- which has suffered flood damage two years and a row and struggled with membership and revenue -- a "disaster" that needs better marketing.
Bulzomi, 43, of Westbury, is running on the Republican, Conservative and Reform lines. Bulzomi, a construction manager at the Gordian Group in Long Island City, Queens, is a trustee on the Carle Place School Board, and a member of the Westbury Business Improvement District's board of directors and the Carle Place Civic Association. Bulzomi is a past member of the Westbury Fire Department. He is a graduate of Hofstra University, where he received a bachelor's degree in business administration, concentrating in banking and finance. He received a master's degree from New York University in construction management. Bulzomi is married and has two daughters.