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Deputy Mayor Swartz Dedicated to Chatham Township


To the Editor,

We are writing to offer our endorsement for the re-election of Deputy Mayor Karen Swartz to the Chatham Township Committee in the upcoming November 7th elections.

We have lived in the same neighborhood as Karen and her family for many years and can say without hesitation that she is a most caring, dedicated, communicative and effective advocate for our residents well being.

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Indicative of this was her recent involvement in the new 5,000 ft. Lafayette Avenue water main, which New Jersey American water deemed in need of replacement. From the on-set Karen was the “go-to” source for information, advice, and intercession for residents on this highly trafficked thoroughfare; from beginning to end, from pre-construction to final repaving.

She further demonstrated her ability to create and maintain new lines of communication during recent weather events and power outages; something we truly value in our community.

Karen exhibits genuine concern for Chatham Township residents in every decision she is called upon to make as a member of the Township Committee.

Please join us in maintaining a proud, prosperous, and secure future for Chatham Township by casting your vote for Karen’s re-election on November 7.

Ed & Julia Turco
Yarmouth Road
Chatham Township, NJ

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