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What is the most pressing issue in your community?
BA, Rutgers University
Maintaining property values and stabilizing taxes are the concerns of most residents. Our school system and our location continue to draw residents to our town. However, residents, especially seniors, often worry that the investment they have put into their home and property will not be returned due to rising taxes and vacant buildings. Residents and businesses alike want to be able to be confident in the town's leadership. Residents and businesses have repeatedly brought up their concerns about wanting to stay in town but not being able to recoup their investments or keep up with rising costs. They want to see stabilized taxes, infrastructure improvements, and an excellent school system that rewards their investment in Evesham. They also want to go a step further by bringing economic development that respects our history and best qualities, and creates opportunity and community for everyone.
BS, biology and economics, College of William & Mary, Virginia
Taxes. We must continue our responsible spending of residents' tax money. This is especially important when we (all residents) face
tremendous challenges from Trenton by way of decreasing aid and increased mandates. We will meet these budgetary challenges by
innovative thinking, dedicated efforts, receptiveness to new ideas and technologies.
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