Lily Wong shares why she’s running

May 16, 2023

Lily Wong believes the safety and well-being of our residents is paramount to the Township Committee’s responsibilities. There are a number of issues of concern.

First, she would like to assess whether the emergency response times are within an acceptable range given the dissolution of the Liberty Corner First Aid Squad.

Second, she and Ana adamantly oppose the current application of Signature Acquisition to convert the current office building at 150 Allen Road to an expanded light manufacturing facility with 24 truck bays. The traffic of so many tractor trailers driving through our residential neighborhoods poses a higher safety risk.

Third, she wants to assess how we can strategically add sidewalks and bike paths to ensure safe access for non-drivers in our community. Check out the full article on Patch.com

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