In the final segment of our interview with Tony Fiore and Stephanie Murray, the Middletown Township Committee members speak about what they have accomplished for their community and their plans for the next three years if reelected.
Their accomplishments are impressive.
While mayor in 2011 and 2012, Fiore confronted the challenges of Tropical Storm Irene, Superstorm Sandy and the imposition of the 2% cap on property tax increases. Under his leadership, the Township created over $10 million is savings while improving the delivery of services and public safety.
Murray is proud of the Township’s work to keep Middletown affordable and safe…how they have been able to keep municipal taxes flat while also making investments to support the community’s first responders and emergency services.
The Township has been named one of the best places to live in the nation and one of the safest places to raise a family.
Middletown residents are encouraged to view and share this interview. The Township is fortunate to have these talented and committed people working for them.