Dan Frascella respectfully asks for your vote on Tuesday, May 21 to be re-elected to the Wright Township Board of Supervisors.
“For the past several years, with your support, I have humbly served the residents of our fine community. Together, we have achieved many positive accomplishments for the residents of Wright Township and for all of Mountain Top,” says Frascella.
Frascella notes that because of relationships he has been able to build over the years with other elected officials on the federal, state and local level, Wright Township has been instrumental in securing many grants, especially for the expansion of the Wright Township Recreation Park where a walking trail has been installed, along with a soccer field, ice skating rink, splash fountain and a plaza.
In addition, Frascella adds the township applied for and received grants for much needed police vehicles and maintenance, storage facility, computers and emergency equipment.
Working with his fellow
supervisors, Frascella points out he has initiated a non-profit organization, Wright Recreation & Environmental, Inc. With the commitment of many businesses and residents, the township has been able to provide a grand fireworks display, every year, to celebrate our country’s independence, for all of Mountaintop and surrounding residents to enjoy.
“Through community partnerships, I helped start recycling in the township, secured grants for recycling bins and the recycling building, helped build the regional compost facility and most recently we implemented single stream recycling that creating an easier process for residents and bringing much needed revenue to the township. These partnerships have also played a role in the construction of Wright Manor, offering our seniors an affordable place to live,” says Frascella.
“Our Crestwood Industrial Park employs thousands of people and generates thousands more in much needed tax revenue for our county, municipality and school district. We have expanded the park and continue to work with government and elected officials as well as economic developers to bring new, family sustaining wages to our community,” contiuues Frascella.
In addition to his duties as supervisor, Frascella serves on the board of the Marian Sutherland Kirby Library and attends St. Jude’s Church where he is a Eucharistic Minister and plays an active role on the Pastoral and Building Committees.
“Thanks to Fanny, my loving wife of 59 years, I have two sons Daniel and Thomas and five beautiful grandchildren,” remarks Frascella.
During Frascella’s tenure as supervisor, Frascella eplains that new services and amenities have been brought to the township, crime has been kept low and quality of life has increased, adding “While this position is a part-time one, those that know me realize I take every opportunity and challenge on a full-time basis and I will continue to work hard for every resident, every day.”
“With your help, support and vote, we can continue this progress and make Wright Township a vibrant community, and a great place to live, work and play,” concludes Frascella.