Gulluscio, who is the district manager for Community Board 6, emphasized his experience as a teacher, a parent and with community board. Ulrich, who was elected to the seat in a special election seven months ago, speak about the things he had done for the peninsula in terms of the commuter ferry, schools and infrastructure. The two candidates answered about two dozen questions from a panel of Belle Harbor Property Owners officials and members. Questions were not allowed from the audience. City Councilman Eric Ulrich and his Democratic challenger Frank Gulluscio met head to head on the issues facing the west end of the peninsula on the stage of PS 114 on Tuesday night before 150 voters.