Tomorrow is election day and Monmouth County needs a change.
Under a 5 Republican 0 Democratic Chosen Freeholder Board the following has occurred during the last couple of years:
- September, 2011 - Fort Monmouth closes causing significant job loss
- June, 2012 Middletown pipe line breaks due to wooden bridge collapse - 160,000 people affected
- June, 2012 Court House closes due to environmental problems
- July, 2012 Brookdale President guilty to theft by deception
Do you want Monmouth County to continue down this destructive path with the current Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders?
Do you want Serena DiMaso back in the Freeholder seat? During her reign as Mayor in Holmdel the Holmdel Bond Rating went from AAA to AA. We don't need this happening to Monmouth County's Bond Rating. She increased the Holmdel budget by 2 million dollars during her first year as Mayor beginning Holmdel's fiscal decline to a 10.8% property tax increase. The Fink administration left her with a surplus. She voted for anti pay to play ordinance for Holmdel but when appointed a Freeholder she introduced a measure to appeal it on the county level.
John Curley keeps pointing out his 23 point plan he used in his auto dealership and claims it will work for Monmouth County. Monmouth County is not selling cars. I don't think anyone should try to sell the issues of Monmouth County to the public. Although John Curley is an eloquent speaker, in this environment we don't need smooth talking politicians we need real people to address real problems so we can bring back Monmouth County stronger than ever. He brags that he put the President of Brookdale in jail but he fails to mention that the problem went on for years unnoticed causing students and tax payers to pick up the tab three years under his watch. Too little too late!
Vote William "Bill" Shea & Kevin M. Lavan for Monmouth County Freeholders.
The Right Team for Monmouth County.
When elected both Bill & Kevin will NOT be taking a salary and donating it back into the County Budget. That's the dedication we need from our elected officials.