John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

Welcome

Mack on the Supervisor's dais during the January 2, 2018, reorganization meeting.
John Mack at his seat on the Board of
Supervisors.

My name is John Mack and on January 2, 2018, I was sworn in as a Newtown Township Supervisor Definition to fill a 2-year term.

I think it’s time for change and some new ideas in governing Newtown Township. Instead of the same old cronies, it’s time for ordinary citizens like me to get a chance to be involved and bring new ideas from residents to the Board of Supervisors (BOS Definition).

It's Not About Politics

I’m not a career politician! I’m a retired small businessman/publisher of a pharmaceutical industry newsletter who has lived in Newtown since 1995.

Now is the time for all good citizens to come to the aid of their town! That's why I want to hear from you whether you are a "D", an "R", an "I", or another or no political affiliation. The job of supervisor isn't just pursuing one's own agenda, but making decisions in the best interest of ALL residents.

Feel free to contact me via email: john@johnmacknewtown.info

Newtown Borough's 24/7 Drug Drop-Off Box

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Newtown Borough Police Chief James Sabath (on right) and Officer Mark Compas stand in front of a drug drop-off box at the January 17, 2019, Lubavitch Opioid Community Forum. The drop-off box is located in the lobby of the Borough Police Station at 22 Liberty Street. The door to the lobby is always open, so residents can drop off unused drugs 24 hours a day, every day, without needing to call ahead to get access.

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