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Morristown Town Council Ward 4

The Mayor and the seven Council members (four from wards, and three at-large) are elected via partisan elections to four-year terms.

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  • Alison Deeb

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    Sandi Mayer

Biographical Information

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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I feel the most important challenge in Morristown is balancing the need for development while being mindful that many residents feel there is overdevelopment and increased traffic. The goal is to balance the two without increasing taxes and traffic while bringing in new tax rateables. I like to use the saying “Right building, right location”. I have attended many Zoning and Planning board meetings to understand the process and decision making done by those Boards. I’ve witnessed the thoughtful discussions and questions posed to the applicants. No decision is made lightly.
My past professional experience as the General/Finance Manager on international manufacturing companies has taught me how to create and read complex budgets and make those difficult decisions on how to balance income vs expenses while still being profitable. And how to explain why those decisions were made. I currently work in an accounting firm as support staff for the CPAs and feel my professional experience will be an asset to the Council. Keeping a level head and compromising while working with varying opinions and needs is paramount to accomplishing needed goals. On the personal side, I reside in Parsons Village and was a long time member of the Board of Directors, again dealing with budgets and decision making and explaining to shareholders how certain decisions were made and why. I chaired numerous committees comprised of volunteers so I understand, support and respect those that volunteer their time and energy given back to their community. There are a lot of personalities in a homeowners association and learning how to compromise and accept opposing decisions will be helpful as a council member.