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  • Karl E Davis
    (Rep)

  • Ronald Emilie
    (Rep)

  • Tommy M Neville
    (Rep)

  • Francis R O'Boyle
    (Rep)

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Campaign Phone (267) 416-0910
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Education Continuing My Undergraduate studies at this time
Current Occupation Retired
Qualifications for Office 2004-2013, I was Secretary of MT.Pocono planing commission, 2013 I was appointed to Mt Pocono council, then in 2014 I was appointed vice-President and In 2016 I was appointed President of Council until 2018, due to low voter turnout I lost by five votes. I promise those who were surprised as I was to return so that I could attempt to Finnish all that Council From 2014 -2018 Started.
In order to improve the standard of living in the Borough of Mount Pocono, effective and constant communication, and collaboration with the members of the community has to be re-established. We all live here in the borough, therefore, every effort must be made to give everyone an active voice in how the Borough operates
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Campaign Phone (570) 839-7239
Education 1951, Graduate, Green Dreher High School 1953, Lackawanna Business College Degree with honors in Advanced Accounting and Business Administration
Current Occupation Retired
Qualifications for Office Borough Assessor, Auditor, Tax Collector, Mayor, Planning Commission both as a member and Chairman, and Chairman of the Monroe County Board of Assessment Appeals. Held a Wastewater treatment license and Real Estate salesman license. Korean War Veteran, 64 years active volunteer fireman of the Pocono Mountain Volunteer Fire Company, holding Line Offices including Chief, plus administrative offices of which I am presently Treasurer. 54 years as a community servant to the Borough of Mt. Pocono.
Being a small borough of 3000 residents and providing the services, i.e. fire protection, public works, emergency (medical) and administrative duties, it is very difficult to provide these services with a limited tax base and with maximum tax millage. The county reassessment of the borough could help and needed commercial structures (which is coming) should help in 2020. Expenses keep rising but income doesn't keep up with the increases. We must be very prudent to manage our borough.