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Sal Amato

Sal Amato

 

Sal Amato currently serves on the North Wales Borough Council and is a member of its Technology and Finance Subcommittees. He is also a past member of the North Wales Planning Commission.

 

The Amato family has resided within North Wales Borough for over 30 years. Sal has been married to his wife Marilyn for over 45 years and they have four children, all graduates of North Wales and North Penn Schools.

 

He has over 30 years’ experience working in government and the pharmaceutical industry. Sal has extensive experience in software development, the management of international teams and budgets, and the development and implementation of business and technology plans and strategy.

 

He is a graduate of Temple University and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Biochemistry.  He is also an Air Force veteran.

 

Sal feels that North Wales is a great place to live, work and raise a family. He ran for elected office because he wanted the opportunity to use his skills and experience to give back to his community.  His particular areas of focus are:

 

  • Help increase and build upon the sense of community within the borough.
  • Be available to help all residents with their borough-related issues and concerns.
  • Ensure residents input to important borough issues.
  • Advocate on council on behalf of all borough residents.

Date Of Next Meeting

The Upper Gwynedd & The North Wales Democratic Committee will meet on:

 

Thursday May 10th at 7pm 

at

North Wales Public Library

233 S. Swartley Street, North Wales, PA 19454


All registered democrats are welcome to join us.

Sally Neiderhiser

Sally Neiderhiser - Borough Council - Ward 3

Native/life-long resident -- North Wales.

Graduate -- North Penn High School.

Dental Assistant Certificate -- Temple University.

Team teacher/mental health worker – twenty years with behavior problem and autistic children.

Exhibited artist/art teacher.

Board Member -- North Penn Arts Alliance.

Coordinator -- Make Art Monday program.

Member -- North Wales Borough Council, 3rd Ward.

Seeking election to third term.

Married -- Rev. Dr. Edward A. Neiderhiser

Candidate Statement:

As a Council Member I will continue to work hard to keep North Wales a safe and

pleasant community in which to live and will strive to maintain the availability of

quality emergency and social services. I am dedicated to do my best to serve the

residents of North Wales and to encourage an awareness and knowledge of

Tax Collector

Tax Collector – Tim Weir

 

‘History, Community, Progress’ 

 

Address: 805 E Walnut St.

Married to Yoshimi Weir

Children: Haruka (5th grade), Tomoki (2nd grade), and Misaki (Kindergarten) at North Wales Elementary

Employee at Fino Insurance Group in Harleysville

 

Community Involvement 

 

Volunteer at North Wales Movie in the Park

Participant at North Wales 4th of July Parade (Uncle Sam driving convertible) 

Head Coach for Basketball, Baseball, and Soccer for Towamencin Youth Association

Vice President of Church Council at Christ United Methodist Church (Towamencin)

 

Goals:

 

I want to continue the exemplary service provided by the retiring North Wales Borough Tax Collector, Diane Skudlarek. I intend to hold regular office hours that are both convenient for daytime and evening appointments and tax collection. In addition, I plan to make myself available to North Wales residents by phone, text, email, and Facebook. It is my goal to champion the rights of North Wales taxpayers and ensure that proper tax advice and explanation is convenient for all residents.

 

Education:

 

Graduate of North Penn High School (Class of 1999)

Graduate of the University of the Arts (Class of 2004)

 

Qualifications:

 

Successful Completion of the Act 48 Tax Collector Qualification Exam administered by the PA Training Hub for Municipal Learning

Training and Orientation with retiring North Wales Tax Collector, Diane Skudlarek

Endorsed for election by retiring Tax Collector, Diane Skudlarek

 

Bio:

 

I was raised in nearby Towamencin Township and graduated from North Penn High School. Following graduation from the University of the Arts, I moved to Wilkes-Barre to work for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Penguins Hockey Team. In 2006, I moved to Japan to work for the Hiroshima Carp Baseball Team.

 

In Japan, I met my wife, Yoshimi, and we had 3 children, Haruka, Tomoki, and Misaki. In 2012, our family made the decision to move to the United States to raise our children. As a North Penn area native, I selected to live in this area due to the ability to be close to family and the excellent school district. 5 years later, we are very happy with that decision.

 

Our family loves North Wales Borough because of true sense of community that our residents foster. Our children can walk around the neighborhood safely to visit friends, there is a great public park system, and there are fantastic community events that have allowed us to meet our neighbors. There are also a terrific bunch of individuals involved in public service committees and elected positions who do so much for the Borough. I want to be elected as Tax Collector so that I can increase my contribution to this great community.

Ron Little Jr.

Borough Council - Ward 2

Ron Little Jr.

 

Address: 118 School Street

Married to Kimberly Little Two Children, ages 9 & 7

Borough Resident: 11 years Experience:

Graduated from Kutztown University with a degree in Communications.

10-year online marketing professional Community Involvement: I rebuilt North Wales Area Library website in 2015.

I’ve been an assistant coach for the Valley Forge Colonials mite hockey program; my children play out of Oaks, PA. I’m an avid hockey player in my spare time.

Goals for North Wales:

Further expansion and improvement of the business community in the downtown area. Identify opportunities to address street parking shortages throughout the borough. Improve safety of walkable spaces within the borough.