Giglio cited her work in upgrading the software for the town’s software so town offices can better track illegal, overcrowded houses in Riverhead. She previously voted no on having zoning that allowed for housing to be constructed at the EPCAL subdivision, a sentiment she said has gotten more support among prospective town board candidates and residents. If re-elected, Giglio wants to strike down that zoning provision for the property and work on quality-of-life issues “that affect our property values and our taxes.”
Giglio, 49, of Riverhead, lost her bid for town supervisor in 2015 and is running for her third and final term on the town board. She is running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines. Giglio, who has a business management degree from Stony Brook University, is married and has three children.