Fluvanna Faces: Nick Algieri

Tell us about a way you have changed over the years.
I would say that my priorities have changed. There was a time when I was home very little. I would work my set hours, then be out with friends. After high school, I learned that if I wanted things in life I needed to work hard and go get them for myself; that to get the things we want in life we need to work hard and never expect a hand out.

What pivotal decision helped to shape your life?
I would say that the most pivotal decision I made was not returning to college after my first semester. Instead I got a full-time job at the Walmart Distribution Center and I decided to start my own landscaping company the following spring.

What are you really good at?
I feel like I am really good at managing my time. I still work full time, first shift, at Walmart every Monday through Thursday and then I work full time for my landscaping customers. I enjoy working outside and take a lot of pride in my work. 

What’s your worst habit when at home?

I would say my worst habit at home is not cleaning up after myself when I cook.

How do you best connect with people in the community?
I have a younger brother who plays high school and travel baseball and I like to go to his events when I have the time. I also engage the community with my Algieri’s Landscaping Facebook page.
How do you describe Fluvanna to people who have never been here?
The best way to describe Fluvanna to people who have never been here is by telling them that it is a beautiful county with a rich history.

Describe a dream you have for Fluvanna’s future.
My dream for Fluvanna is that it will finally catch up with surrounding counties on economic development and take the tax burden off the community…and that Fluvanna will continue to preserve its open spaces for our citizens to enjoy.

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