Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Michael J. Joyce for Chester Township trustee
Joyce, who served four years in the United States Air Force in the early 1970s, wants to improve the sense of pride the community feels toward green innovations, public lands, and the police, fire and road departments.
“In the past four years, we have successfully implemented many improvements,” Joyce said in his election questionnaire.
He cited some examples, including the beginning of the Green Innovations Leadership of Township assets, Parkside Park’s revitalization and growth, Road Department renovations, the Fire Department modernization and the elimination of the last two dirt roads in the township.
“Given the chance to continue in this tradition of strong aspirations and dedicated work for our community, I will be able and willing to bring the ongoing projects from these into fruition, as well as add to the preservation of our homes,” Joyce said.
-- John Arthur Hutchison, News-Herald article from Oct. 14, 2013