I am running for Madison Borough Council because I want to represent our town’s residents and be their voice on council. I want to be one of the six decision makers who help guide the future of our community, better ensure its alignment with the values of its taxpayers, and support the vision that Madison’s residents have for their families, businesses, and for themselves.
One of my biggest concerns about Madison is its reliance on undefined and variable “surpluses” to fund such a large percentage of its budget. As a councilwoman for Madison, I would work to decrease the borough’s dependence on unpredictable funding sources. Surpluses should be returned to the taxpayers, in my opinion, not stashed away out of sight and mind in case the borough one day eventually needs the money.
I feel a genuine and great passion for my chosen hometown of Madison, its people, and its future success. As a parent of two children who have benefited from growing up in this wonderful borough, I understand and appreciate the importance of living in a community that is safe and affordable while still offering the amenities young families require. Those are my highest priorities, and this is what you can expect from me when I represent you on the Borough Council.
A Final Word from Our Candidates
We hope to be able to continue to be your independent voices on council, and look forward to discussing the above and more with residents as we meet with them between now and Election Day. Please visit our website at www.Madison2019.com, or follow us on Facebook, @VoteForRoweDailey.