Four Fair Haven residents will be on the ballot Tuesday seeking two Borough Council seats.
Incumbent Republicans Eric Jaeger and Robert Marchese seek to continue their service but face challenges from Democrats Susan O'Brien and Dorothy Neceda for three-year seats on the governing body.
Each candidate filled out a questionairre on their goals and the issues facing Fair Haven. Click the following links to read each:
- Eric Jaeger — "I have three decades of experience in banking and investment banking which makes me sensitive to financial efficiency."
- Robert Marchese — "Holding the line on taxes is the most important objective all my decisions have and will be measured against."
- Susan O'Brien — "I would like a secure a comprehensive review of the borough's master plan and Land Use Ordinance by enlisting the support of the other council members."
- Dorothy Neceda — "I am running this year because I believe that Fair Haven must work for all of its citizens, and that having a variety of voices and diversity on the Council will ensure our leaders make the best decisions for all Fair Haven residents."