As a retired Labor Leader and current Council President, Rich has focused on lowering the Township’s municipal budget and stabilizing taxes. Crunching numbers and seeing the overall fiscal landscape of the community is essential. Monroe Township is at a crossroads and needs a Mayor that has the fiscal awareness to put the best interests of the taxpayers first.
Founder and President of the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce, Main Street Committee Member and the 2015 Gloucester County Small Business Person of the Year, Katherine understands what is needed to secure new businesses on the Black Horse Pike Corridor along with Main Street. It is time for a business leader in the community to help move Monroe forward and lessen the tax burden on the residents.
As an executive in the technology industry, Pat provides much- needed insight to utilizing advancing technologies such as solar and automated processes in order to reduce the municipality’s recurring expenses. These systems will enchance services for all the residents. Pat’s administrative background will enable him to collaborate ideas with all council members and provide productive programs.
As a retired Monroe Twp. Police Officer and Founder and past-President of the Monroe Braves Football and Cheerleading, Greg has always been focused on our community. Greg believes that it is time to provide a downtown free of drug trade, a safe environment for our children, increased revenue streams to offset taxes, and a focus on closing the disconnect between the Town’s workforce and municipal leaders.