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.

Latest Survey - Proposed Newtown Creek Bridge

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Selected Currently Available Surveys
  • 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.

  • Township Mobile-Based Notification Service 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.

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