John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

Welcome!

My name is John Mack and on January 2, 2018, I was sworn in as a Newtown Supervisor to fill a 2-year term. Now, I am seeking re-election for a full 6-year term.

Honesty · Integrity · Experience

As a Supervisor, I keep busy learning about and making decisions about issues of concern to residents, including the pollution of our streams and lakes, perfluoronated hydrocarbons (PFAS) in our drinking water, preservation of open space, traffic and parking, public safety, and economic development. On average, I spend more than 40 hours every month on official Supervisor activities including interacting with residents, preparing for meetings, and attending meetings. 

My Big Idea: A More Open, Transparent Government!

We need an open and honest government that works for the good of everyone in the Newtown Township community.  

As a Supervisor, I have  advocated for more effective print and digital media communications that will inform and engage residents and businesses regarding issues before the Board of Supervisors (aka BOS Definition).

Through my website, blog, and email newsletter as well as social media, I have kept residents informed about issues that have come before the BOS and the opinions and decisions of elected officials as well as the consultants, committees and commissions that advise the Board.

If re-elected I will make it a priority to continue to encourage the township to use technology to improve and expand official township communications so that even after I am gone, residents will benefit from a more transparent local government. 

Feel free to contact me via email: john@johnmacknewtown.info 


Helping Islamic Refugees in Bucks County
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Noor Phillips - Assistant to the Director of the Zubaida Foundation - and Mercy Ingraham - member of the Newtown Township Human Relations Commission - at the Quaker Meeting House in Newtown. Noor and Mercy work together to help two Syrian refugee families learn to live in this country especially during these times when the fear of ICE among immigrants is prevalent. The families both attend the Zubaida Foundation Mosque in Yardley, and have met other immigrant families in the community through an organization called "Welcoming the Stranger" which works with immigrants to learn the English language and American culture.

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Newtown News Update: Sept 6, 2019

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