To the Editor:

Bob Weber is the definition of integrity. Our community is lucky to have Councilman Weber, a tireless and dedicated public servant who has proven that he deserves a second term. Please join me in returning Bob to where he belongs—on Chatham’s Borough Council.

Bob’s decades-long dedication to community service, an essential building block to a welcoming and vibrant community, is unparalleled. 

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As we can all agree, our children are our future. Bob has dedicated his life to servicing our community’s youth. The father of three adult sons, Bob has continued to serve with the Boy Scouts as Assistant Scoutmaster, Eagle Scout Coach, District Eagle Scout Advisor and Fishawack District Advancement Chair. Other service endeavors that Bob has been involved with include the Appalachia Service Program, St. Patrick Church’s Christmas in a Box, and the Community Food Bank Turkey Drive to name only a few.   

After an impressive 26-year career as a Morris County Assistant Prosecutor, once again serving the community, Bob continued on the trajectory of serving the community by becoming a public school teacher. Many of our children in the community have had the distinct pleasure of being in Mr. Weber’s classroom in the School District of the Chathams.

Bob’s unwavering commitment to transparency in government is evident. On behalf of all of us in this community, he asks the questions that need to be asked. 

Bob listens and he gets things done. In his first term on Council, Bob led the fight here in Chatham Borough to stop the NJ Legislature from allowing marijuana dispensaries. He lobbied successfully the Chatham Police Department to establish the Borough’s National Night Out Program. He was instrumental in the installation of a handicap bus turnaround on Tallmadge Avenue for a family who needed it. He achieved the designation of an additional handicap parking space at Borough Hall. These are all items that deeply matter to our small town.

At the end of the day, Bob is just like you and me: He wants what is best for this community. Chatham Borough needs Bob Weber. Please join me in re-electing him.


Stacey A. McEvoy