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Summit 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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    Mark Sleppy
    (Dem)

  • Mark A. Welka
    (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?

Education Graduated Harborcreek High School 1983
Qualifications Worked on Grape Farm form age 7 till Age 25. Had many long days and hard work. Worked many jobs some times having 3 at the same time. Managed a Stuckeys Store At I-90 & Rt 531 Harborcreek When I was in tenth grade till graduation. went on to work at CA CURTZE CO and be came warehouse management.
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My thought is to use what ever money that is available though Grants and Programs from State And Federal to help local Business and Organizations so Services and Products can be provided to our local citizens. For they are the ones paying taxes and deserve to have the help and services needed to grow and prosper and in some cases just survive. It is the Job of small government to Channel To its community. Summit is currently fortunate to have room to expand and attach and keep business and Homes.And I believe they are doing a good job To keep things balanced.
I have lately been attending Said meetings and Attendance it a real problem, So recent times have Managed to open the eyes of the public to the doings of government maybe attendance will increase and the public will enjoy being involved with the decision making process that involves there communities. Having Meetings, Function and work shops that would include all different variety of topics may also peak the interest of young teens to get involved. Maybe that would be a good field trip for the high school kids. Have them visit the township and spend a day with the supervisors to see how it all works and even a meeting or two. See how the parks are taken care of. Have them see the snow plows and the workers that they see plowing roads
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