Are you prepared to cast your vote for three commissioners?
Moorestown Council was busy on Monday, making a move on revenue items and approving the final 2013 budget.
I returned to Haddonfield recently following a brief absence to find a concerted effort online by a small handful of local residents, whom I will call the ‘Smug and Self Satisfied,’ to preserve the status quo in our town by promoting Ed Borden, Neil Rochford and Lee Albright as our next Borough Commissioners.
Moorestown council approved the final 2013 budget, passed the second reading of field sponsorship program and more. The Sun will have a full report on the meeting.
I am writing in support of Ed Borden for commissioner in the upcoming election on May 14. This is a very important election, and I urge everyone to make it a priority to vote.
Until recently, I was uncertain about who I would vote for in the upcoming borough commissioner’s election.
Although many would like to put it behind us, the Bancroft vote remains a watershed not so much because of which side won, but because it delineated two natural and very different constituencies.
Anyone who runs for commissioner has our appreciation for his or her concern for our town.
Once again it is time for Haddonfield to elect borough commissioners, and once again I am supporting Ed Borden.
As we approach the election of our commissioners for the next four years, I would like to share the reasons why I am voting for Ed Borden.