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Support Cressley for Franklin Supervisor

Published May 17. 2019 01:05PM

Robin D. Cressley is a lifelong township resident and is seeking re-election as a Franklin Township Supervisor.

He currently serves as a supervisor and roadmaster in Franklin Township and is proud to serve the Franklin Township residents in both capacities.

During his first term as supervisor he was able to obtain over $75,000 in various grants for road projects. He succeeded in helping to keep our recycling center open which helps to maintain our garbage collection rates from increasing. Robin has worked to bring our police department up to four full-time officers and six part-time patrolman to help fill in empty shifts and continue to modernize the police department with new technology.

Robin is always trying to come up with innovative ideas to save the township taxpayers money. Some of the things he has implemented without raising taxes while serving as township supervisors was to manufacture inlet boxes for storm drains, executed new procedures in winter maintenance including the use of salt with cinders and liquid brine. He also began in-house paving of township roadways, avoiding the costs of prevailing wages, and continues to develop and build various equipment to help cut costs.

Robin takes pride in having a strong working relationship with all of the townships departments, the Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Company, Fire Police, Athletic Association and the Franklin Township Lions Club.

He has benefited from the knowledge he has gained from the past supervisor experiences and will apply those skills if re-elected. He is willing to assist the residents to the best of their ability to resolve any problems or concerns they may have.

I know he is very honored to serve the Franklin Township residents, and with the help of your vote he will continue to be your voice.

Thomas R. Beltz

Franklin Township

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