Letters to the Editor

Hoffman is "Fiscally Responsible, Professional, Dedicated"


To the Editor,

I am writing to voice my support for Peter Hoffman for Chatham Borough Council. I have known and served with Peter on the Zoning Board of Adjustment for many years.  During that entire time, Peter always expressed a genuine concern for Chatham and how its government can best serve our community. As Chairman of the Zoning Board, Peter has consistently managed applications from our fellow citizens with a clear understanding of the needs of families and the practicalities of everyday life.

Peter has worked to make our community one where families stay and not a community that is transient.

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I also know Peter to be fiscally responsible, professional and dedicated to his family. He is a genuine asset to our community. Peter Hoffman will make an excellent council member for Chatham Borough as he applies those qualities of responsibility, professionalism and sound judgment to the processes of government for all our benefit. I have full faith in his ability to help govern the Borough.

So on June 2, please vote for Peter Hoffman, as I will be.

Very truly yours,

Michael A. Cifelli

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