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Orange Park Town Council Seat 3

The Town of Orange Park holds regular elections once a year on the 2nd Tuesday of April to elect Town Council Members. The council shall consist of five (5) members, elected at large by the qualified voters of the town. They shall be qualified electors of the town, citizens of the United States and shall have resided within the corporate limits of the town for at least twelve (12) months prior to the date of their qualifying for office.

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  • John Hauber

  • Roland Mastandrea

Información Biográfica

What motivated you to run for office?

What makes you the most qualified candidate for this office?

What do you see as the most pressing issues for the office and how do you propose to address them?

Is there a specific message you would like to send to voters prior to the election?

What would you do to reduce the polarization that currently exists in most political discussions in our country today?

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Initially my run for this Council seat for the Town of Orange Park three years ago was driven by the need to ensure that the Town would keep control of our local EMT service. That movement proved successful through efforts of the Town Council, the leadership, and County leadership reaching a suitable agreement.
During my tenure on the Orange Park Town Council, I have learned the needs of the Town and what was the needed leg work and brow sweat necessary to accomplish goals for the betterment of the Town. I am more than willing to get into the trenches, shaking things up in order to accomplish what is best for the Town, thinking long-range, with fiscal and financial needs always in mind.
One of the most critical matters before our Town is the potential revenue losses which will be experienced by reduced gas taxes income, and other resources which previously fed our coffers. A primary focus of mine has been to cultivate business development and community improvements to make Orange Park more friendly and attractive for commerce and residential needs, rather than having folks wave as they drive through. The idea of “if you lived here, you would be home already”-type of promotions is what our Town needs to encourage and promote for our future growth and its ability to maintain our current level of services.
It is my sincere wish that the voters in Orange Park would be more involved in the issues. I have been part of numerous programs and resolutions that have greatly benefited the Town over the last three years. I urge and encourage everyone to contact me to discuss anything you would like. All my intentions are for the betterment of Orange Park. I personally have held six Town meetings and sent out emails to all the addresses I have on file on a regular basis.
The Number One issue is education! The voters need to be more aware of what is happening in today’s political environment. The media and social platforms are influencing public opinion when they are not always truthful. As a local Elected Official, it is my job to answer any questions and concerns you may have. Knowledge is the key!