Yonkers, Mount Vernon

David, a 4th generation Yonkers resident, was elected to his first term as County Legislator of District 14, which covers parts of Yonkers and Mt. Vernon, in a Special Election for the seat vacated by his mentor and friend, Bernice Spreckman.

David has long been involved civically in both Yonkers and Mt. Vernon; he is a participating member in numerous organizations including: Fleetwood Neighborhood Association, Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce, Lincoln Park Taxpayers Association, Knights of Columbus (DiFalco Council), Holy Name Society (St. John the Baptist), Lawrence Park West Civic Association, Aisling Irish Community Center and Ancient Order of Hibernians to name a few.

Legislator Tubiolo has served with various community organizations and was the Vice President of both the 2nd Precinct Community Council, Vice President of the Yonkers Exchange Club, Recruitment Chair/Trustee of Sons of Italy (John D. Calandra Lodge #2600), member of St. Barnabas Parish Council and a Board Member of Hyatt Civic Association; he is the Past-President of Untermeyer Performing Arts Council (UPAC).

A proud graduate of St. Joseph’s Elementary School, Fordham Preparatory High School and Syracuse University, David serves as Chair of the Board of Legislators committee on Parks & Environment and is a member of the committees on: Budget & Appropriations; Legislation; Labor & Human Rights; and Veterans, Seniors & Youth. He continues the advocacy started by Ms. Spreckman for senior citizens and looks forward to helping keep Westchester County a safe, affordable and thriving place for all to live. He has sponsored legislation for Expanded Property Tax Exemptions for qualifying seniors and sponsors initiatives, such as “Seniors on the Move,” to combat senior isolationism.

Recently, Legislator Tubiolo joined the U.S. Army, graduating from Basic Combat Training (BCT) at Fort Leonard, MO and Officer Candidate School (OCS) at Fort Moore, GA. He is currently serving as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army Reserve. Citing it as the proudest moment of his life, he considers it and an honor to serve locally and nationally.