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November 8, 2016 — California General Election

Town of ParadiseCandidate for City Council

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Mike Zuccolillo

Small Business Owner
6,308 votes (23.28%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Public Safety
  • Focusing on Education to attract and retain quality residents and businesses
  • Restore Skyway back to 4 lanes



Profession:Small Business Owner, Real Estate Broker
Broker, Simplistic Realty (2008–current)
President, Paradise Parade of Flags — Elected position (2015–current)
Chairman, Town of Paradise, Planning Commission — Appointed position (2011–2015)


UCSB Bachelor Degree, Geography (2001)



Join me in restoring the paradise in Paradise. For too long our town has been on a downward spiral, from the rise in crime, the misuse of Measure C money, or the destruction of Skyway through downtown. Our town leaders have not been responsive to the public’s needs and requires fresh ideas and a new face in town leadership. My name is Mike Zuccolillo, and I am running to restore common sense and public trust in our local government. I am a local business owner, proud parent of 3 beautiful children, and deeply involved in our community.


                 So Who am I? I am someone who can make tough decisions, someone who will hold the financial line and not come back to taxpayers seeking more and more money. I am an independent thinker, fiscally conservative and not controlled by the good old boys’ club. I promise to make decisions that are best for our town and will always remember I answer to the public. So if you are not happy with the status quo, I ask for your vote. Visit my web page at or call me personally at 521-4576 to learn more about me.


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