To the Editor:
As residents of Brandon Farms, we support Julie Blake’s re-election to the Hopewell Township Committee.
Julie Blake is a smart, capable, and responsible leader. She listens to everyone in the Township and makes pragmatic decisions.
Julie is also the first person from Brandon Farms to serve on the Township Committee. And she is the first person from Brandon Farms to serve as Deputy Mayor.
Julie has done an excellent job during her three years on the Committee, and supporters throughout the Township recognize her as a warm, pragmatic, and fair-minded public servant.
We completely agree, but as residents of the so-called “Southern Tier,” we are glad that she is looking out for our interests. For example, when Trenton Water Works reported high levels of lead in its water, Julie immediately met with city leaders and organized an information session at Stony Brook Elementary School. We can count on her to look out for this part of the community.
Julie’s presence creates some much-needed geographical balance on the Hopewell Township Committee. Please join us in re-electing Julie Blake on November 6th.
Debbie Ayers, Bill Crerand, Sheri Crerand, Jane Borden, Scott Borden, Sandra Gomez, Robyn Gordon, Ron Gordon, David Grimley, Michele Grimley, Audrey Hallowell, Lee Hallowell, Julie Rosenthale, Philip Rosenthale, Nancy Swaim, Theresa Dolhan, Brian McInerney
Brandon Farms, Hopewell Township
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