Roy Mallette spills his guts about Cicero

I understand that you're selling your house for $1.3 million? Isn't hard to complain about taxes with that kind of asking price?

Ha, I'd love to sell it for that amount. Please let me know who the buyer is. Will sell it for half that amount. Make me an offer.

Do you have a lot of "buildings" or structures on your property? Did you follow proper protocol (i.e. permits and stuff to build?) I couldn't find the last time you pulled building permits at town hall.

I followed the law to the letter.

What else are you doing in your "fight?"

Instill a sense of Fairness in Town Government

What are your goals? There seems to be a lot more than just a tax assessment here.

To restore responsible government to the people. Secrecy is rampant in government operations.


Name: Roy Mallette

Family: Wife -- 3 children -- 6 grandchildren

How long have you lived in the area? 80 years less 2 years while working for Pillsbury when a young man

What is your career?

I was a food broker for 40 years until retirement in 1991

What are your responsibilities within your career?

Started and managed a Food Brokerage

What are the highlights of your career?

Working with employees, clients, and customers

What are the challenges?

Keeping the business operating

What do you most enjoy?

Greatly enjoyed community work (3 years with Meals On Wheels) -- (13 years with Cemetery)

What are your hobbies?

At one time was an avid golfer.

What is something people know about you?

Former Supervisor for 8 years.

What's it been like working with the community?

Very enjoyable.

What is the best part of living in Cicero?

The residents.

Mallette at his home on Taft Road. Officials say he hasn't pulled proper building permits, and referred to Chet Dudzinski and the board as a "Fascist government," on his Web site, Ciceronetnews.com

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