John Mack - Newtown Supervisor

THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP APPROVED SURVEYS AND QUIZZES. THEY ARE HOSTED BY JOHN MACK ACTING AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN. RESULTS, HOWEVER, WILL HELP FORM MR. MACK'S POSITION ON ISSUES.

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  • Anti Opioid Manufacturer Civil Suit Survey: The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors voted 4 to 1 in favor of authorizing a civil law suit against the manufacturers, promoters, and distributors of synthetic prescription Opioid medications on behalf of Newtown Township (read "Newtown Township Joins Suit Against Opioid Manufacturers and Distributors"). THIS SUIT WILL NOT COST NEWTOWN TAXPAYERS ANY MONEY! Newtown Township will not be charged any attorney fees for filing the action, and the law firms will collect a fee on a contingency basis of 25%. That is, 25% of any fees awarded to Newtown will be retained by the law firm and 75% will go to Newtown. Take this survey to test your knowledge of statistics regarding opioids and the opioid epidemic, then answer the question: Do You Support Newtown's Decision to File a Civil Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers? Take this quiz/survey now.

  • Emergency Notification System Survey: Although the Newtown Police Department and/or the Township Manager were able to post information about emergencies on Twitter and Facebook or to homeowner associations, these notices reached a limited number of residents or reached them too late. Not only is there a limited ability to send out emergency and other notices to residents, there is limited ability of residents to easily communicate information to the Township and be assured that a record is kept of each contact. This survey asks if you would opt-in to a FREE emergency notification service if it were available to Newtown and Wrightstown residents (both communities are serviced by the Newtown Township Police Department). Take this quiz/survey now.

  • Should Newtown Allow a Super WaWa on the Bypass?: The Newtown Township Board of Supervisors heard details of an application for a Super Wawa convenience store and gas station at the southwestern corner of Newtown Bypass and Lower Silver Lake Road (read “Developer and Attorney Present Their Case for a WaWa Superstore on the Newtown Bypass”). Are you in favor or opposed to this? Take this survey now.

  • To Frack or Not to Frack?: Please take this short 2-question survey that asks your opinion of various courses of action that Newtown-Upper Makefield-Wrightstown Jointure should take regarding fracking.Take the survey now.

  • Newtown Speaks Out on the Issues: Respondents rate the importance of several issues impacting the quality of life in Newtown Township such water quality, school safety, open space, taxes, traffic, etc. Take this survey now.

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