Meet YOUR REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FOR 2013!
Fresh faces and a new beginning to create the BEST NORTHAMPTON.
For Township Supervisor:
Lawrence “Larry” J. Weinstein – a thirty-year Northampton resident and Council Rock graduate, is an attorney who handles legal matters affecting disabled adults and children. He has been an active member of this community for many years serving both Northampton and Bucks County residents. His children are following in his footsteps and attending school in Northampton.
Barry A. Moore – a successful businessman who has a Masters Degree in Business Administration with over thirty years experience working for various Fortune 500 companies in both financial and executive positions. More recently, Barry started a locally-based solar energy business. Barry and his family have been very active in our community and have lived in the Township for more than 20 years.
For Tax Collector:
Bob Borkowski – a Retirement Specialist for the County of Bucks Controllers Office has a passion for and proven record of involvement with the community for more than 25 years. Bob is an avid golfer, having won the NVCC Championship, and was an assistant coach of the Golf Teams at Trenton State and Archbishop Wood High School.
Carol Dubas – a retired business professional has been active in a number of community initiatives including Northampton Days, the USO, PTO, Little League and others. Carol has run organizations of up to 100 people, with focus on customer service, budgets and financial performance. She and her husband have lived in Northampton for more than 30 years and their children, Council Rock grads, and grandchildren are also active Township residents.
For School Board:
Mark Byelich, Region 6 – a Certified Financial Planner is a local businessperson and has lived in the area for most of his life. Mark, a Council Rock grad, and his wife have 3 children and have lived in Northampton since 2008. Mark is committed to community service and has served on local non-profit boards, community and veteran associations.
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