For the past eight years, Jay has served as the chair of the Public Works Department and under his leadership as chair the Borough of Jenkintown has re-paved 75% of their roads and reduced the number of potholes. Jay has worked with residents to maintain curbs and sidewalks, and has made Jenkintown a safer and more walkable community. He has identified defects in the Borough's sanitary sewer system while working to obtain hundreds of thousands of dollars in county, state and federal grant money to fix these defects.
Jay has worked closely with our engineers, our utility companies and contractors, which has given him the necessary experience in infrastructure development to take to Harrisburg and ensure we continue to build safe roads and bridges.
As the Chairman of the Uniform/Non-uniform pension committee for eight years and a member of the safety committee for ten years, Jay has worked with the police and the Borough staff to make sure our streets, neighborhoods, school zones and communities remain safe.
Jay is ready to bring the same enthusiasm to Harrisburg as he has while working for our local communities. His work ethic, dedication and leadership will make a difference in the 154th District, as well as the Commonwealth.