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Time for Change

November 1, 2022

Having been a 4-term (12 years) Summit Council member, it is generally expected that you ride off into the sunset when your term ends and the new Council takes over.

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Delia Hamlet has Proven Bipartisan Track Record Against Overdevelopment

October 20, 2022

A couple of years ago, I had the privilege of co-chairing a group of concerned Summit residents fighting overdevelopment.

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Let’s Not Play Fast and Loose with the Facts

October 10, 2022

It is disappointing that Phyllis Sank presents Summit voters with an October 3, 2022, letter to the Editor that plays fast and loose with the facts about Delia Hamlet. Let’s correct the record.

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Summit or Council?

October 9, 2022

I am proudly born, raised, and live in Summit with my wife and three young children. I’m third generation.

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Endorsing Delia Hamlet

October 5, 2022

I endorse Delia Hamlet for Summit, NJ Common Council. As a decorated Army Officer in Kuwait and Executive Officer for the 155th Transportation Company, Delia has exceptional experience serving our country.

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Choice Is On the Ballot and Delia Hamlet is the Right One for Summit

September 27, 2022

I’ve been a registered democrat for the entirety of my adult life and up until very recently, I could be what some might consider a “blue, no matter who,” voter.

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No More Rubber Stamps On Council – Time To Bounce Danny

September 17, 2022

We all want our Summit Common Councilmembers to be successful in achieving what’s best for Summit and its residents.

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Summit Council: Stop Accommodating Toll/L&M, Regain Our Trust, and Do What’s Best for Summit

September 13, 2022

On Tuesday night, September 6, Summit City Council said they have heard us and have told Toll/L&M to come back with a revised proposal that adheres to the redevelopment plan, the master plan, zoning ordinances, and the perspectives of the Historic Preservation and other commissions.

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Time to Pull the Plug on the Broad Street West Redevelopment Plan

September 12, 2022

While the community is the midst of a break in the Broad Street West redevelopment plan (the fire station property), it is time to consider the obvious option for the fire station property that has been ignored.

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