The way that we communicate today is different than it was just 5 years ago. So shouldn’t our local government in Garwood keep up with the times? Watch this video and learn how the Todisco-Ince-Benoit campaign promises to modernize communications in Garwood if elected. #GarwoodVotes #Nov6th
This Letter to the Editor was originally published in the October 4th, 2018 edition of the Westfield Leader. The local election in Garwood this November is extremely important for the future of our community. I love Garwood deeply as I am a lifelong resident and believe we are a small town
Cuccaro Fails to Employ Due Diligence This Letter to the Editor was originally published in the October 4th, 2018 edition of the Clark-Garwood Patch. I can’t help but notice how a lot of our time is wasted on nonsense in Garwood Council Meetings and I have a perfect example to share with you.
This Letter to the Editor was originally published in the October 4, 2018 edition of the Westfield Leader. I am writing this letter to address the editorial from the Garwood Council Candidates Sean Benoit and Michael Ince (D) in The Westfield Leader on September 20th. I applaud their outspoken
As the campaign manager of the Todisco/Ince/Benoit team, I have been made aware of propaganda being spread by Garwood’s Republican campaign. This isn’t a surprise. The Garwood Republicans have been playing the same old game for years. We hoped that this year the Garwood Republicans
This Letter to the Editor was originally published in the September 28th, 2018 edition of the Westfield Leader. For the seventh consecutive year, candidates seeking office in Garwood will discuss the issues facing the borough at forums sponsored by residents of The Pointe, the condominium
Garwood needs a Council that is focused on getting things done for its residents and keeping an eye on the details for projects in town and those in neighboring towns that affect us. For example, in the case of the temporary ice skating rink, which Westfield intends to install at Gumpert Park
This Letter to the Editor was originally published in the September 20th, 2018 edition of the Westfield Leader. My name is Sean Benoit I am writing on behalf of myself, and Michael Ince. We are both running for town council in Garwood. In the August 23, 2018 editorial of The [Westfield] Leader,
As we walk door-to-door, a frequent topic that comes up is taxes. In New Jersey, and especially in Union County, this is a significant issue for voters. That is precisely the reason I’ve prioritized it as your Councilwoman. As Finance Chair this year, I led the committee to produce a budget
When it comes to local issues, details matter. It’s the difference between a construction project starting at 6 am, which could wake you up, or 9 am. Discover why Sara Todisco, Michael Ince, and Sean Benoit believe local leaders must pay attention to both—the big picture and important details.