In his questionnaire, Pennock said he would revisit township-wide recycling, as he has heard this is a concern from the residents.
“You have my word that there will be no recycling dropoff locations in residential neighborhoods,” he wrote.
He said he also would like to see more patrolling from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
With experience as a civil engineer, Pennock said he would address current drainage issues exacerbated by flooding.
He said he would work to “better allocate your tax dollars to maximize their benefit,” including denying his own health care from the township.
Pennock said he has always volunteered with soup kitchens, Habitat for Humanity and the Lake County Historical Society.
He organized the first Madison Avenue Elementary School Walk to School Day and Bike to School Day.
-- Devon Turchan, News-Herald article from Oct. 14, 2013