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Campaign Phone (717) 554-9551
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Education Graduate of Hershey High Class of 1991. Attended University of Maryland-Eastern Shore and earned certification as a Cardiology Technician.
Qualifications Julie is elected to the Derry Township School Board of Directors (2013-2017) and serves on the Dauphin County Tech School Joint Operating Commitee. She is a PSBA Liason, a Republican Committee Woman in Derry Township and owner of small business.
Municipality Derry Township
County Dauphin
I will work with the Hershey interests and our government partners to help find a permanent home for the Mohler Senior Center and work to extend and add access points to our biking/walking trail. I will work to develop a smart township economic development policy which helps attract potential economic development projects. I believe we need to abandon the current policy of develop anywhere and everywhere at any cost. I will work to draft responsible, transparent township budgets and spending.
Campaign Phone (717) 608-0101
Education - 1981 Graduate Elizabethtown Coll. - 2002 Graduate Naval War Coll. - Undergrad work at Penn State University (York) - Undergraduate work University of Tennessee - Contract Law Defense Acquisition University
Qualifications 35 Years with the Federal Government, 33 of which were as a Contract Specialist and Procurement Contracting Officer Soliciting, negotiating, issuing, monitoring and administering Defense Department Contracts for a large variety of goods and services. Smurf, Pee Wee, and Pony Football coach for New Cumberland Saints and Carlise. Past volunteer for First step Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in Harrisburg
Twitter @zmuda2017
Municipality Derry Township (Hershey)
County Dauphin
1. Discover new resources and saving through strategic multi-year contracts with a process that incorporates a long range strategic view and a wider range of local competition.

2. Protect our fragile ecosystem by discovering additional ways to improve our storm water management and reduce our CO2 footprint by proposing additional utilization of alternate energy sources and reducing costs to taxpayers.

3. Empowering every resident to participate in building toward the township of the future. logo


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