On Tuesday, November 5th, the voters of South Plainfield have an important decision to make about the future of the Borough Council. Councilman Jon Dean and Council candidate Sandy Doyon are hard-working lifelong residents of South Plainfield who are fully prepared to face the challenges that lie ahead. They know that with much help from Middlesex County, Councilman Dean and Councilman Gary Vesce, our governing body has been able to make progress for our community. With that being said, they also know that it is vitally important for there to be checks and balances in our local government. Their opponents have made it perfectly clear that they are ready to play “follow the leader”, while Jon and Sandy will be leaders who will ask the hard questions and give our residents the answers and transparency that they deserve from their local governing body.
It’s hard to believe, but true, that our Community Pool was allowed to fall into such disrepair that it had to be closed leaving many residents without a pool to enjoy over the summer of 2019. That announcement was made just days after last year’s election while we were told they were “getting it done”. How did it happen? Who knows, nobody gives answers to that question. Councilman Dean is now hard at work with the committee to bring a beautiful new facility for our residents to enjoy.
It’s hard to believe, but true, that our former Director of Recreation was charged with theft of more than $75,000.00 of taxpayer’s money over the course of many years. How did that happen? Who knows, nobody will take responsibility or give the answer to that question either! While they claimed to be“getting it done”, Our money was being stolen out from under them.
Jon and Sandy are happy to give credit where credit is due, but their opponents continue to take credit for things that they have had nothing to do with. We have not heard about any of their own accomplishments, only what they believe the “team” has done.
They are asking for your support on November 5th to be “Your only choice to have a voice”.
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