Wagner, candidate for Township Council, honored to serve


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I am honored to serve as your West Milford Councilman and I am asking for your support for re-election to another term.

I am also proud to run with Paul Zarrillo, whose tireless work as Co-Chair of the Greenwood Lake Commission has brought extra funding to clean up the lake to benefit our residents.

As the Owner/Operator of Greenwood Lake Airport since 2004 and approaching my 10th year of hosting the Greenwood Lake Air Show, I am excited to once again bring tens of thousands of people to our community to enjoy a great event and showcase the beauty of West Milford.

In business and Council service, I have always put West Milford first and worked to promote our township as the lovely community it is.

Over the past two-plus years as a Councilman, I have successfully spearheaded a Cost Efficiency Audit that is in progress for 2018.

I led the charge for the township to file a formal complaint to the Council on Local Mandates against the unfunded Highlands Act, seeking state funding to offset the cost burden placed on local residents that is currently in progress.

There have been a number of other successful initiatives of which I have been an integral part, including seeking additional lake funding from the New Jersey Senate Environmental Committee, improving the DPW infrastructure and equipment, and saving the township hundreds of thousands of dollars by applying brine for snow removal.

I outspokenly supported the sale of the MUA to Suez and the improvement of the senior citizen bus program.

As Council Liaison to the Recreation Advisory Committee, I have advocated for improvements to recreation facilities at Nosenzo Park and Farrell Field, the new Recreation Center gym floor, and ensuring the Town Fireworks and Autumn Lights Festival continue to take place and are financially sustainable events.

I was also a founding member of the West Milford United, a new drug awareness task force that continues to work with the Highlands Family Success Center to aid local residents in need of assistance, counseling, and support.

My proudest accomplishment has been actively contributing to the 2017 and 2018 zero tax increase budgets, holding the line on spending to help West Milford’s overtaxed residents.

I share these accomplishments with you to show how diligently I have worked to improve our community.

With your help, I can continue to aid in making West Milford a better place for all of us. I humbly ask for your vote for me, Tim Wagner, and Paul Zarrillo for Council, and the entire Row B Republican team on June 5.

Tim Wagner

Council President

West Milford



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