• The Town Board and supervisor enacted a local law against signs that is so restrictive that even not-for-profits, like the Boy Scouts, cannot advertise for their fundraiser.
Can the residents of Bethlehem afford another two years of this type of misrepresentation? It is time for a change to a more representative type of government that understand the needs of the town of Bethlehem residents.
I will be voting for Fred DiMaggio for supervisor, and Dan Cunningham and Linda Jansinski for Town Board. These candidates come from three different areas of Bethlehem and know the needs of the people. They come from three different political parties and will put the needs of the town residents before political allegiances. This “Bethlehem United” slate believes in listening to the people and has been holding meetings across town to answer questions and hear town residents’ concerns.
The Town needs quality people who are knowledgeable, experienced and caring. The town needs DiMaggio, Cunningham and Janinski.