John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

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Notes from the 12 May 2021 BOS MeetingStorm Drain Stencils, New Uses for LI and OLI Districts, Missing EIT Income, Streambank Rehabilitation, Police Report, More...

May 7 2021 News of Interest NewsletterWill Wawa get its variances? Do you want restaurants, etc. in Business Commons District? Any ideas how to spend $1,936,231? More...

Google Analytics and the Township’s Website. Should the township periodically run Google Analytics on its website to determine how it is used and where improvements may need to be made? I look at the analytics for my website to get an idea of what can be measured. More...

Doylestown Township Passes Juneteenth Freedom Day Resolution. WHEREAS, Juneteenth is recognized as the oldest commemoration of Black economic liberation in the United States; and More...

What Issues Are Important to Newtown Residents This Election Year? This year two Newtown Board of Supervisor seats are up for election: One six-year seat currently occupied by Republican Kyle Davis and one two-year seat currently occupied by David Oxley. What are the issues that will shape the campaign to fill these seats? TAKE MY SURVEY

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I "scoop" - curate - stories from regional and local news sources and pages of my website that may be of interest to Newtown Township area residents. Each "scoop" is an edited summary and links back to the original source article and related information. Any opinions and/or insights appended to these article summaries are solely those of John Mack and do not represent the opinions of any other person or entity.

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