The following release is from Maplewood Township Committee members Nancy Adams and Greg Lembrich:
Township Committeewoman Nancy Adams and Township Committeeman Greg Lembrich have announced that they will be running for re-election to the Maplewood Township Committee, and seeking the endorsement of the Maplewood Democratic Committee, in the 2018 election.
Committeewoman Adams has taken the lead on such issues as the leaf blower ban, improving the safety of town streets and intersections, and most recently pedestrian behavior when they enter the street, all of which advance Ms. Adams’ focus on the health and safety of Maplewood residents.
Committeeman Lembrich has led the Township Committee’s efforts to transform the Maplewood Police Department as Chair of the Public Safety Committee, to secure fair state aid for our school district, and to improve communications with residents and make local government more accessible.
Both Ms. Adams and Mr. Lembrich have enjoyed their first terms on the Township Committee and the opportunity their service has given them to help their cherished community of Maplewood. They look forward to their re-election campaign as a chance to engage with residents about the issues affecting the Township and solutions that can improve the quality of life for all Maplewoodians.
Editor’s Note: Adams and Lembrich ran separately in the 2015 primary: Adams ran with former Mayor Gerard Ryan and with the endorsement of the Maplewood Democratic Committee; Lembrich ran without that endorsement in the primary but defeated Ryan. Lembrich and Adams both received the Committee’s endorsement for the 2015 general election and ran together in fall 2015.