ing for the Oswego City Council to represent the Fifth Ward.
He is a former Second Ward councilor.
“I’m very excited to begin the real work of my campaign,” Clavelli said. “I believe in open, honest and responsive government. By talking with our neighbors and gaining their insights and ideas, we can work together to solve the issues facing our community.”
Clavelli plans to focus his campaign on quality-of-life issues and economic development. He also looks forward to having one-on-one conversations with fifth-ward residents.
Along with the Democratic party line, Clavelli also secured an Independent line, the Thankful Party.
This represents how he feels about all the wonderful opportunities that he has been afforded while living in the Oswego community.
He has received the unanimous endorsement of the Oswego City Democratic Committee.
Clavelli, a fourth-generation Oswegonian, served on the council from 1992-1994 and has been a member of the city zoning board of appeals for more than three years. He has worked at Nine Mile Point (Constellation) for 34 years and currently is foreman of his group.
He and his son Joe reside on Sunrise Drive.