Local Firefighter Running for Pinellas County Commission Seat

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Macho Liberti
Macho Liberti

Macho Liberti is running for Pinellas County Commission, District #4.

Macho Liberti is a Palm Harbor local seeking to gain the support of the community for his bid for Pinellas County Commission, District 4. Having lived in North Pinellas County for over 15 years, Mr. Liberti feels he is thoroughly in tune with the neighborhood’s issues and needs.

“I believe I have the ability and skills necessary to make a difference in Pinellas County. With current issues like Greenlight Pinellas, struggling small businesses and escalating EMS costs, District 4 needs an advocate that will fight on their behalf
to ensure their opinions and feeling are heard on the Pinellas County Commission. I will proudly serve as a strong voice for the citizens of District 4.”

Pinellas County District 4 includes Dunedin, Safety Harbor, and the areas north to the Pinellas-Pasco County Line. Click Here to see a current map of the Districts.

Mr. Liberti is a local firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician for the City of
Largo. Macho has been very active in public policy and has been the pinnacle for
a number of fundraisers in Pinellas County. He recently orchestrated a kickball
tournament for two fellow firefighters that were diagnosed with cancer raising
nearly $10,000. Mr. Liberti has also been instrumental in working with multiple
cancer societies and programs in the fight for breast cancer for the past eight years.  He also worked as an employee representative for eight years dealing with public policy, budget processes and employee/management relations.

What does Mr. Liberti hope to achieve?

First and foremost, I want to be a strong voice on the Pinellas County Commission representing District 4 by spending time in the community to gain knowledge on the taxpayers’ concerns and how I can help. Being a local inhabitant, I am well acquainted with the area and the regional problems. If elected, I will do my best to solve these issues and ensure the voice of the people is heard.  Our elected officials’ jobs should be to ensure our community’s safety, promote a positive environment for families to live in, students to learn in, and businesses to grow in. Teddy Roosevelt once said, “Do what you can, where you are, with what you have.” We live in a remarkable community, filled with talented and educated people who share a deep appreciation for our beautiful beaches, parks and downtown districts. I will work to improve
and preserve those valuable assets which we already have in addition to attracting new businesses. I feel it is a necessity to constantly look for ways to keep more of our residence’s hard earned money in their pockets or at a minimum visibly utilized in their communities

Macho Liberti would like the opportunity to continue his public service to the
citizens of Pinellas County in this new role. Come out and meet Macho at Tiffany’s
Restaurant in Palm Harbor on March 20th from 6:30-8:00pm.