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Brower Endorses Sullivan for Committee

Draws on time the two have spent on township's Planning Board.

To the editor:

I strongly recommend Kevin Sullivan to serve as Committeeman. He is very qualified to serve our residents. He has been a township resident for over 20 years. His daughter attends . He has coached at and the Township Recreation program and he and his wife are active in .

I have worked with Kevin on the Planning Board and he has always been fair, recognizing  each resident's property rights, but can be tough on developers. He is willing to commit the time required to serve on the Township Committee, and also spend the time needed to work on the many town committees. His business and financial background is important, especially if the Township can maintain the fiscal responsibility to try to as we have done for the last two years.

I know Kevin will add positive thinking to the Committee and has a fine working understanding of the needs and business of the township. I would be honored to serve with him.

Bailey Brower, Jr.
Township Republican Committeeman

John Nonnenmacher May 31, 2012 at 07:49 AM
Danny Fernandez dates a woman in Chatham and has his own opinions based on his own experiences. Do you want to meet him, Dan? Let's not cast aspersions. I'll put my Chatham reputation up against yours, any day or any time.
TCG May 31, 2012 at 01:51 PM
It feels like a game of "I know you are, but what what am I?" This kind of childish nonsense is why almost nobody votes in these pathetic local elections. Add to that the fact that despite all the bromides and silly promises on all the signs that destroy the beauty of the town for the duration of the election, virtually nothing every changes in Chatham. And the reality is, most of the people who live here (yes...I've lived here for many years) don't care. They are largely well-off, comfortable and complacent. It's downright laughable that those currently running for office would take to a local blog to hurl insults and accusations at each other while doing nothing to further or improve the political discourse. Is there no one left to take the high road? Nor do we ever see a free exchange of actual IDEAS or constructive criticism. Rather it comes down to a sophomoric exchange of hollow promises of what a particular candidate will do, without any explanation of HOW they will do it. Now we're on to the extremely vital issue of who is stealing signs and who is a card-carrying member of the Bailey Brower fan club. If this is the best we can do, maybe it's a good thing only about a tenth of eligible voters show up to excercise their right to participate in what looks more and more like a tiny, little, local oligarchy.
TCG May 31, 2012 at 03:35 PM
Richard, If you or any other candidate expects to earn the support of myself or any voter, please, PLEASE tell us not just that you WANT to bring about change, but far more importantly HOW you will achieve it. Specifics, not bumper stickers, please.
Horacio June 26, 2012 at 02:08 AM
Finally you expose some of your political platform. Maybe soon you will reveal your real motives, wink, wink... This is not what chatham wants! Have you read your posts and watched yourself at the town meetings? You know they are televised, right? Drew Carey you are not. He is a nice man with integrity. Posting mean signs and making racial comments is twisted and MEAN! Doesn't fly in Chatham! And your credentials are a lie...I checked!
Dave 2 June 26, 2012 at 04:43 PM
Let discuss other racial case law from the 1960's. Because the 1960's and 2012 are so very similar....Again, another weak point Templin. Or we could discuss why you think our neighborhoods would be unsafe from the Market Garden Ordinance, in terms of people not environment.

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