Monday, May 08, 2017
Meet Wind Gap Magisterial Candidate Mike Ondilla
A graduate of Moravian College and Widener School of Law, Ondilla got his start as a law clerk for Judge Leonard Zito. "Nothing riled him," he told me. He said he learned more than the law from Judge Zito
After his clerkship, Ondilla worked with a few firms but then took a slightly different path than most lawyers. He became a sales tax consultant. He can use his legal knowledge, but does not have to worry about winding down his practice if elected.
He's fortunate to have a lot of support in Wind Gap. He is backed both by Democrat Scott Parsons and Republican Matt Dietz. He also has the support of Adriane Masut, who was Magisterial District Judge in Wind Gap before it went to Schlegel.
I gave him a few openings to take shots at his opponents but he declined, telling me he'd rather lose than go negative.
Obviously, he'd make a great Magisterial District Judge.