“Radcliffe, Amico and Benitez are running for Little Falls Mayor and Council to end one-party rule in town and bring more affordable, balanced government to our community.  Furthermore, Radcliffe, Amico and Benitez will stand up against overdevelopment that threatens our environment, disrupts local businesses, and negatively impacts the town’s overall quality of life, while giving sweetheart tax deals to big developers.”

Don Radcliffe for Mayor

A resident of Little Falls for nearly 40 years, Don Radcliffe has the real world experience and financial expertise we need as Mayor during these challenging times. 

After earning his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University and his MBA from Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business, Don worked as a CPA and spent four decades as a successful business executive.  Don managed budgets and audits for Fortune 500 companies and has been elected to the Board of Directors for several private and public companies.

Here in Little Falls, Don has been a community leader and proven independent voice for taxpayers.  President of Inwood at Great Notch for almost 30 years, Committeeman, Fire Commissioner, Planning Board Member, Chair of the Rent Leveling Board, and former special assistant to Mayor Kulick, Don has served our community with dignity, honesty, and passion for years. 

Don and his wife Kathleen have two children and two grandchildren.  Kathleen has also been a civic leader as a member of the School Board, Municipal Alliance Coordinator, and a member of the Shade Tree Commission.

Kelley Amico for Council

A graduate of Passaic Valley High School, Kelley Amico has called Little Falls home for 20 years; raising three children in town, all who went through the local school system.

A volunteer for countless school fundraisers, Kelley worked with local businesses on donations for school events and also spent two years as a school aide in Little Falls School #2.

Running a sports-crazy household, Kelley made sure her kids finished their homework, made it to practice on time, and had dinner on the table, while her husband coached softball, baseball and football. The job of a working Mom never ends. Kelley is an active parishioner at Holy Angels Church in Little Falls, and a huge animal lover who has adopted rescued abused pets and helps to get others placed in forever homes.

Now, Kelley is running for Council to take her compassionate and energetic style to local government and give back to our town by promoting a more balanced, diverse, and inclusive local government that serves every resident of our town.

A former employee of the Passaic County Sheriff’s Department and served in various roles working the Passaic County Jail. Kelley has spent the last five years working as a Realtor for Realty Executives based in Woodland Park, where she works often with fellow law enforcement professionals to help them and their families find and purchase a home.

Marc Benitez for Council

Originally from New York, Marc Benitez was proud to settle in Little Falls in 2011 and immediately set out to make a difference in his new hometown.

Marc received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Iona College and, in 1998, began a career working for leading international retailers like Coach and Kenneth Cole.  Recently, he was named Vice-President for Business Development at the world’s largest brand management company. 

After being appointed to a seat on the Council in 2017, Marc revitalized the town’s Domestic Violence Prevention Committee and helped to organize a vigil commemorating October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, with the goal being to raise awareness, support victims, and break the chain of domestic violence.

The father of two daughters, Marc is the proud husband of long time Little Falls resident Danielle Marzarella.  Marc is eager to return to the Council and work to make Little Falls a more affordable community with balanced government that works for all residents, not just the select few.

Request a Yard Sign