Bob Weber, Stacey McEvoy and Paul Kelley are experienced candidates who truly care about Chatham Borough. As Mayor Bob Weber would utilize his acute understanding of the law as an assistant prosecutor along with his intuitive leadership skills as teacher, coach, Eagle Scout and Scout Master.
As a current Councilman, Bob serves on four committees, the Personnel Committee, a member of the Public Safety and Shared Services Advisory Committees, and is Council Liaison to the Joint Recreation Advisory Committee and the 9-11 Memorial Advisory Committee. Bob’s ability to negotiate and his determination, has already tackled important issues including special police officers in our schools, saving the Vine Street pathway, increased handicapped parking, creating a Tallmadge Avenue turnaround and a resolution urging the NJ Legislature to vote against the legalization of recreational marijuana.
In our challenging world, Stacey McEvoy is a refreshing, hard-working, caring person who recognizes those in need and finds solutions to help. Stacey’s passion to build up our community through Chatham Bridging the Gap, Madison Chatham Coalition and in our parish at St. Patrick’s Church, is noble and has changed lives. As editor of the Chatham Living magazine, she reveals compelling, inspiring stories of families who have overcome overwhelming challenges. Stacey’s keen communication skills, her masters from Columbia and corporate experience give her the tools for action and involvement that will move our town in positive directions.
Paul Kelley is a voice of reason and conviction with a proven professional record of success at Aon Cyber solutions, CDS legal, KPMG and Deloitte & Touche. His superlative communication and negotiating skills, enable him to strategically solve problems. As an Eagle Scout and parishioner of Corpus Christi Parish with children the School District of the Chathams, Paul’s dedication is evident, and he is eager serve our town’s needs.
On November 5th your vote for Bob Weber for mayor and Stacey McEvoy and Paul Kelley for council will guarantee a bright future for all Chatham Borough residents.
Julie Gaydos Muller