John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

Issues Important to Newtown Residents

Over 350 people have responded to my online survey: Issues of Importance to Newtown Township Residents, which asks respondents to rate the importance of several issues impacting the quality of life in Newtown Township.

After taking the survey, you can see a summary of the results to date (no personally-identifiable information included). 

DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT A NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP APPROVED SURVEY. IT IS SOLELY A SURVEY POSTED BY JOHN MACK ACTING AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN. YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS - YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION IS NEVER REVEALED WITHOUT YOUR PERMISSION.

Comments from Respondents to Date

Water Quality

The water quality is atrocious. It is at the maximum limits for all TDS and I have received letters periodically -after the fact- that the water failed for carcinogens.

The water report I saw is not ok. I bought my house 2 years ago from a young woman who was dying from a rare cancer. While it may not be related, it makes me uneasy. The neighbors tell me there has been a lot of cancer here.

I am not well informed about water management, but I feel that the quality (smell, taste, etc.) of the local water is poor, and is at the same time, very expensive.

Open Space and Trails

Would love to see the township made more walkable, with more sidewalks and crosswalks connecting neighborhoods with shops.

We need more walking paths - including connections between those that already exist.

Opioid Addiction Epidemic

Drug abuse attention should include helping those with the addiction not just law enforcement aspect of the problem.

Heroine abuse and deaths plague not just this town but this county. Arresting a victim of this drug is senseless. I would like to see more awareness and education about this poison that is on our streets.

Taxes

I view taxes as the total package coming out of my retirement fund which goes to any/all government agencies. Reduction at the federal level which forces increases at the state or local level results in the same thing: a tax increase. This is unacceptable, and could very well force people to move out of this area.

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The opinions expressed here are solely those of John Mack and do not represent the opinions of any other person or entity.
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