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Twp. Committee Member Endorses Nonnenmacher

Katherine Abbott writes in her support for her former runningmate.

 

Dear Editor:

I would like to encourage all Republicans and Independents to vote for Laura Ali Nonnenmacher in the June 5 Primary Election.

I know her to be a proven leader in the school community as District Cabinet President and ’s PTO president, where she was called upon nearly every day to serve. We need leaders with successful track records to mobilize people into action.

When Laura is elected as a Committewoman for the Township of Chatham, we will all be lucky to have her energy and her 19-year knowledge of the people and places of the township. Laura’s past professional executive experience with Fortune 100 companies and her current business of turning around small companies will help her achieve her stated goal of revitalizing the Hickory Tree shopping area. I look forward to working on commercial area grant programs with her, as well as other community projects.

Laura’s greatest strength is motivating people to solve problems. She will not simply show up at meetings and respond. Rather, she will be proactive and create solutions, efficiency, and transparency in our government.

 

Sincerely,

Katherine R. Abbott
Chatham Township Committeewoman

chatham7 May 26, 2012 at 04:05 AM
Chatham Courier - 5/25/12 But these are still trying fiscal times for the nation, for the state, for the township. Mrs. Nonnenmacher said she had still to come up to speed on some of the township’s key issues. So until the general state of the economy improves, we would prefer to choose the candidate with the most experience in township governance. In this case, that is Mr. Sullivan.

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