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Dover Town Board of Alderman Ward 3

Dover Town operates using the Town form of government and is governed by a Mayor and Board of Aldermen. The Mayor is elected at-large to a four-year term of office. The Board of Aldermen consists of eight members, with two Aldermen elected to two-year terms from each of the four wards on a staggered basis, with one Aldermanic seat coming up for election each year in each ward.[

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  • Adrian Ballesteros

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    James A. Visioli

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What do you consider the most important challenge(s) facing your town and how would plan to address it/them?

What in you personal and/or professional experience prepares you for this office?

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The route #46 corridor has been classified as an area in need of redevelopment, thus must be attractive to prospective developers. I plan on addressing this by focusing developers to the area. Further, I will address more activities for juniors, seniors as well as promoting synergy among my peers. The downtown area is well established due to the hard work of Mayor Dodd and his team, the focus is to further support the efforts of business owners. The town's infrastructure has been addressed and I will continue to focus my efforts on maintenance of same through proper budgeting.
My years on the Council coupled with my experience on the Planning Board and the Board of Adjustment makes me well versed on the challenges and solutions facing Dover. Further, my managerial corporate experience with Litton Industries and Northrop Grumman makes me the objective choice for Dover 3rd Ward Alderman. Further, I am currently a council member sitting on the New Jersey Highlands Council and sit on several sub-committees.