Nick Fiani Seeks Election to Brighton Board of Education in November
There are two open school board seats.
Nick Fiani is one of four candidates competing for two open seats on the Brighton Board of Education in the Nov. 8 election. Continue following Brighton Patch this week for more school board election coverage.
Parents, Jules and Peggy Fiani; brother, Brian Fiani, a Michigan State University Medical School student; and pet dog, Chloe.
Currently working on a Master's of Business Administration at Wayne State University Business School and will graduate in 2012. Holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan, graduated in 2008. Graduated from Detroit Country Day School in 2006.
Employed as a law clerk at the law office of Jules N. Fiani in Brighton.
I am a member of St Patrick Parish, a Brighton coach and referee for i9 Sports youth flag football and a tennis instructor for students of Pinckney Community Schools.
Why are you running?
I am concerned that the finances of the Brighton Area Schools are being mismanaged. My biggest goal is to reduce and prevent debt within the Brighton school system, most notably, by agreeing to spending that is more fiscally conservative. By assisting the Brighton Area Schools in becoming more cost-conscious, I hope to prevent increases in local taxes and spend our current tax dollars more responsibly. My biggest goal is to make sure that spending does not exceed the incoming finances. I am familiar with what is necessary for students to be competitive at the next educational level. With this in mind, I wish to place Brighton students into a position to excel at the next stage of their lives.