Name: Angela Javorsky
Office Desired: Jackson Township Trustee
Occupation: Self Employed
Education: Walsh University BA Business Management, cum laude
My experiences and education have given me a strong foundation for effective communication, problem solving, management of resources and sustainability. I believe in the importance of a strong community and believe I have alot of offer Jackson Twp.
What are your priorities for your community?
My priorities would include, listening to the residents and trying to understand what their concerns, needs and future goals are, is important to me. Safety is also my priority, a successful community needs to feel safe, and identifying each departments needs and to provide them with the resources to work effectively and efficiently. Growth is inevitable, I would like to see my community grow in a positive way, keeping the small community feeling, preserving farm land, some residential development, as well as providing some infrastructure improvements and economic development.
What policies, if any, will you support to promote diversity and inclusion in your community?
I look forward to meeting the residents of the township and to determine if policies are needed, what the needs of the community are, and will work to make everyone in the community feel welcome and included. There is no place for hate or discrimination in our community.
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