TRANSPARECY IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
In 2015, I retired from working as a safety manager for a civil engineering company. That allows me to work for the community where I live. I moved from Northern NJ to Lower Township, NJ for the beautiful beaches and proud history. I soon noticed many people struggled to pay their bills.
For twenty years, I was an active Sunday school teacher. I serve as a board president of my church and on the Board of Cape Hope, which advocates for the homeless here in the County. In the Spring, I prepare tax returns for older and poorer citizens at the Lower Cape Senior Center. In the summer, I volunteer with the East Lynne Theater Company.
All year long, I work in the state park killing vines that
threaten the trees and birds. My college degrees are in chemistry and environmental engineering. I had professional certifications in environmental management, industrial hygiene, and occupational safety. I hope that my experience will help Lower Township acquire better engineering support.
I am really glad to give voters in my ward a choice when it comes to important issues like public safety and infrastructure maintenance. I am no stranger to local politics. I have run twice for Township Council and have been involved in various campaigns and worked for our local Democratic party for many years. I strongly advocate for transparency in local government and want to offer new, creative solutions to some of the Township’s problems. If elected to Council, I promises to keep all citizens informed of the actions of our Council and I will be open to the communities ideas on making Lower Township a safe, healthy, and prosperous community.
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