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North East Township Supervisor

The Role of a Township Supervisor:Township Supervisors are charged with the general government of their Township to maintain the health, safety and welfare of the community. Administratively, their individual responsibilities are to oversee the entire operation of the Township: management of personnel, financial responsibilities, planning for the future, road maintenance and overseeing the operation of township Boards. Their most important role, being insync with their community and the voters of their community. Term: 6 YearSalary Range: $44,116 (average, township sizes vary)

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  • G.W. Holzhausen
    (Dem)

  • Aaron D. Jelley
    (Rep)

  • Russ Lafuria
    (Rep)

Información Biográfica

In an effort to help revitalize the local economy (in general, and post-COVID) what actions would you support for job growth, profitable business development and success and a broadened tax base to help the township?

How can you improve the visibility of township supervisors in the community for increased interaction with the citizens beyond regular township meetings?

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Education North East High School Penn State University
Qualifications A lifelong North East resident I’ve spent approximately 22 years involved with the Township from being a member of the Zoning Hearing Board, Planning Board, and my position as Zoning Administrator. I am also a member of the Erie County Planning Board.
We really need to make it easier for small business development. The requirements for a person wishing to start out are just too great. There almost needs to be a tier development where the requirements are different for different levels.
Website, email, multi media are all valuable tools to improve visibility. We do need to realize that there are plenty of folks in the community that don’t deal with the internet. They need to be reached personally. Keep the doors open. Answer the phone. Talk.