To the Editor:
Please join me in voting for Matt Moench for mayor. Vote for Mike Kirsh and Tim Ring for township council. Matt Moench and his team have been actively listening to the residents of Bridgewater. His plans for the future of Bridgewater are your plans, plans designed to benefit the homeowners, the hard-working individuals and families. He will help us protect our property values and preserve our quality of life. He is our advocate. 
Our township has been under assault from developers. Traffic congestion gets worse every day. Our schools are forced to evaluate a plan for redistricting. Developer driven, multi-family rental projects threaten our budget. I know that you can feel it. Every day there is a new developer putting additional demands on our infrastructure. As a result of new projects, our police force must grow. Our roads are deteriorating. Developers are underpaying for services. We will pick up the tab. Incumbent Mayor Hayes has earned his nickname "Developer Dan."
Matt Moench risked his political future for our benefit. In the primary election, Matt challenged and defeated Dan Hayes in a landslide victory. Thank you Matt and team. He earned your support then and asks for your vote now in this election. 
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Lame duck Mayor Hayes has steamrolled multiple developer's projects through his planning board. He needs to be stopped. His signature offense is the so-called Center of Excellence. The developer of the COE has already pocketed over a $100 million profit, and they want more. 
Matt Moench, Tim Ring and Michael Kirsh have been on our side. They are listening to us. They will aggressively defend our rights and fight overdevelopment.

Matt and his team have earned the opportunity to continue to undo the mistakes of the Hayes administration. Matt, Tim and Mike invite you to reach out to them and share your concerns and suggestions. Your best opportunity to insure your future is to vote for this outstanding team.
See you at the polls. Election Day is Nov, 5. Poll are open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

John Kulak