Long Beach Township Candidates to Hold ‘Politics at the Pavilion’ Discussions
Discuss local issues with Long Beach Township Board of Commissioner candidates Don Myers, Danielle Hagler and Tom Beaty each Wednesday from Oct. 5 to 26 at “Politics at the Pavilion,” slated for 5 to 6 p.m. at Hagler’s Marina in Brant Beach.
“Everyone knows fall is the best time of year on Long Beach Island, and with the election cycle under full steam there is no better time or place to talk about the issues that mean the most to Long Beach Township residents than while taking in a sunset overlooking the bay,” noted campaign manager Robin Parker.
Myers, Hagler and Beaty are running in the township nonpartisan election to be held Nov. 8.
“They bring experience, values and community commitment and encourage residents to get involved with the upcoming local election,” said Parker. “They invite all taxpayers, residents and registered voters to join them for conversation. … Share the sunset as well as visions for how Long Beach Township representatives can improve their service to those who call this community home.”
Politics at the Pavilion is an informal gathering for discussion sponsored by the Committee to Elect Myers, Hagler and Beaty. For more information, visit VoteMyersHaglerBeaty.com or the trio’s Facebook page, at facebook.com/BringingOurCommunityTogether. —J.K.-H.