DELAWARE TWP. - Marguerite Nemeth, write-in candidate for Delaware Township Supervisor, sent the following announcement. The Primary Election is on Tuesday, May 21.
"It is with great enthusiasm Marguerite Nemeth, 25 year resident of Wild Acres, Delaware Township is seeking your support as write-in for Delaware Township Supervisor.
"She has served our community in the following capacities: Chairwoman for the Delaware Township Environmental Advisory Council, member of the Delaware Township Zoning Hearing Board, Coach for Girls Softball, Board of Director for Wild Acres, Hospice Volunteer, and 4-H Puppy Raiser.
"Her municipal education includes: Rutgers the State University Introduction to the duties of the Municipal Clerk, Information and Record Management, Local Elections Administration, Advanced Duties of the Municipal Clerk, Municipal Finance Administration for Municipal Clerks, Principals in Municipal Tax Collection 1, Certified Registrar of Vital Statistics, PMPEI –Course for PA Zoning Officials.
"Her career as a professional in municipal government has prepared her for many of the issues we face day to day here in Delaware Township. Her experience serving the public in Land Use, Tax Collection, Finance, Recycling Coordinator, Grants, and the day to day municipal government operations will be a valuable asset to our Township. She enjoys her career choice in government, and it is evident that she enjoys serving the public.
"She believes that the Homeowners Associations need to be heard. Decisions that are made by the Supervisors affect the majority of the residents, who in fact live in Homeowners Associations. She wants you to be included in the decisions; she wants you to be heard!
"She is a fresh alternative to politics as usual. She intends to bring transparency and better communication between Delaware Township Government and the Residents and Homeowners Associations.
"She is committed to working for the overall well being of our residents and the many Homeowners Associations.
"Write – In Marguerite Nemeth on May 21st. Thank you for your support."