Judy A. Boyke is a life resident of Cicero, living on Muskrat Bay Road in Brewerton. She is married with 3 grown children, 7 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. Mrs. Boyke retired from General Electric/Martin Marietta Company after 33 years. Judy is a licensed New York State Real Estate salesperson, and is the small business owner of Slick Stitch custom embroidery. She has served as a Director and Chair of the Professional Ethics board on the Greater Syracuse Board of Realtors. Judy is involved with several organizations, including the South Shore Association, serving as president of the Auxiliary, Divine Mercy Choir, Cicero Historical Society, Oneida Lake Association, Lockheed Martin Employees association, just to name a few.
Judy Has the Right Experience
Judy was previously elected Cicero Supervisor, serving from 2010-2011, and is currently a Cicero Town Councilperson. Judy has never lost sight of her pursuit to bring Cicero residents the “Quality of Life” that they deserve. Judy has attended all but 3 Cicero Town Board meetings since 2011, and has continued to be the “Voice of the People,” bringing the concerns of Cicero Residents to the forefront that would otherwise go ignored by Cicero government. Judy has also kept residents informed of the impact town government actions would have on them and our community.
Judy took the initiative to challenge current Supervisor Mark Venesky, and submitted a Petition signed by Cicero voters to force a Public Referendum, allowing Cicero Residents the right to vote on whether the town should borrow $10 million dollars to spend on a new highway garage. This was the first time in the history of the Town of Cicero that town government was required to let the voters decide, and is only one example of Judy continuously representing the rights of the people.
Given Judy’s experience in private business, as a former Cicero Supervisor, and a current Cicero Town Councilperson, Judy is uniquely qualified to lead Cicero government. Judy has proven that she will not be intimidated, will continue to ask the tough questions, force the town board to publicly discuss the many issues that affect Cicero residents, including the construction of apartment complexes, and the terrible traffic congestion. It is time for Cicero to get their “Quality of Life and Voice Back” by electing Judy Boyke as Cicero Supervisor this November.