Councilman Delvin J. Moody is excited to announce his candidacy for Re-Election to the City of Utica Common Council. He notes that it has been an honor of a lifetime to serve the people of Cornhill and he feels that the area is moving in the right direction.
First elected in 2019, Councilman Moody has been a strong voice in city hall for Cornhill and a dedicated leader of equity and inclusion.
Councilman Moody States: “I am pleased to announce my candidacy for Re-Election to the Utica Common Council. Since my election, this past year we have been able to restore a city-wide commitment to development in Cornhill and sustainable change. Not-For-Profit Agencies, Corporations, Government agencies are all reinvesting in the future of the area and it is exciting!”
“This past year since, I led the effort for over $500k going into direct Rental Assistance for Uticans, reinstated the Utica Youth Common Council, advocated for regulation of Corner Stores, and provided UPD with necessary tools to crack down on noise violations over the summer. I have been on the front line of the cause of justice and equity in Utica. From being invited and traveling across the Mohawk Valley to speak with Police Departments to organizing close to 1,000 people for a peaceful rally, I have been committed to change.”
“We are nowhere near done. I am running to ensure economic development in Cornhill which is why I proposed a MWBE certification program in the City of Utica. I believe we can improve public safety by passing my proposed Camera Surveillance Ordinance for apartment buildings. Leaving both landlords, residents, and homeowners with a sense of security. There is so much to be done and I look forward to serving on the Utica Common Council again. Let’s move Utica forward together!”

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