North Wales Democrats

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Date Of Next Meeting

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

Wednesday October 2nd at 7pm 

at

North Wales Public Library

233 S. Swartley Street, North Wales, PA 19454


All registered democrats are welcome to join us.

Your Democratic Leaders at Work

Borough Council will meet next on the following Tuesdays at 7 PM at North Wales Borough Hall.

  • September 24th
  • October 8th
  • October 22nd

Agendas can be found at northwalesborough.org when made available. 

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 Volunteer 

Wendy McClure

Borough Council - Ward 1

 

Wendy Greiner McClure

‘Neighbors Knowing Neighbors’

 

Address: 309 West Montgomery Ave.

Married to Douglas McClure

Two Grown Children. Sara McClure Lewis.  Kyle McClure

Borough Resident:  22 years

25-year Employee of Allstate Insurance Company

 

Community Involvement 

 

Volunteer North Wales 150 Celebration

Volunteer to help construct Parkside Playground 

Chair North Wales Parks and Recreation Board -  Planted many trees around the borough.

Chair to plant Dawn Red Tree in Weingartner Park Honoring 9/11

Community Day Co-Chair many years. Produced Car Show and Dog Show

VP North Wales Civil Service Commission - 10 years

North Wales Borough Council 6 years including 2 years as VP

 

Proudest Achievement: North Wales Fire Relief Fund. A community effort to support the families who lost their homes to fire on West Montgomery Ave.

Goals:

I will endeavor to raise awareness in individuals, household and businesses of our impact on the environment and how we can make our community more sustainable and vibrant.

Encourage Composting, Recycling, Rain-barrels, Planting of Native Plants and Water Conservation

Create Recycling area for healthy tree chips to dump and share.

Revisit Single Trash Hauler contract to reduce costs to residents and reduce number of trash trucks on our streets.

Expand and improve business downtown.

Eat Local. Buy Local. Support our businesses.

For safety, require the permanent capping or removal of the fill pipe when a heating oil tank is removed or discontinued.