For Township Supervisor
Kim is currently one of your township supervisors. She was the first Democratic women elected to the township supervisor board in 294 years. Kim has been a resident of Northampton Township for 27 years. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother who has always had a passion for helping improve the lives of Northampton Residents. Kim has worked with several state agencies such as PennDot since getting elected. She has helped to secure over $500,000 in state grants to help improve our roads as well as our parks. Kim has never voted for a tax increase and also eliminated the Per Capita Tax for our residents. Kim’s dedication to public safety and land development is the cornerstone of the progression of our township.
Candidate for Council Rock School Board
Denise has been serving as a Council Rock School Director since 2013 and is the current Board Vice President. Denise and her husband moved to Northampton Township 29 years ago and raised two children who graduated from Council Rock High School South in 2009 and 2013. Denise’s service on the school board follows nearly two decades of community service to Council Rock and in support of public education. She works as the Director of Research at a market research company and she brings data analysis, critical thinking, and strategic planning skills to the school board. On the board, Denise has been committed to fiscal oversight to keep taxes low. Denise insists on long term planning that uses buildings efficiently and prioritizes spending while promoting educational excellence that preserves our property values.
Candidate for Township Supervisor
Dave was born and raised in Northampton Township. He attended Lafayette College in Easton, where he graduated summa cum laude. He then pursued a Master’s Degree from Old Dominion University in Virginia and then a professional degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. He has practiced clinical veterinary medicine since that time. He is excited for an opportunity to give back to the Township that has given so much to him.
Candidate Magisterial District Judge
Brian Disbrow is a lifelong resident of Bucks County. A dedicated father and husband, Brian served the public as a police officer for 24 years before being severely injured in the line of duty by a drunk driver. After his recovery, Brian still pursued his passion in public service as a communications clerk for the Northampton Township Police Department. With many years of experience in law enforcement and deep ties to the community, Brian is the best choice to be your next District Justice.
Paul Lang, Jr. is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit University. He is an Army veteran. Paul retired as a successful business person and knows how to make money and save money. Paul would like to transfer this knowledge to the residents of Northampton Township where he has been living for 43 years. Paul is committed to reducing the costs of tax collection. He wants to ABOLISH the highly-paid position of Tax Collector which can be filled by a township employee or a tax collecting agency at a much cheaper cost. The most important issue facing the township is to keep taxes/costs as low as possible while maintaining adequate services.
Stephen Markowitz has lived in Northampton Township, with his family for 23 years. Both of his sons are graduates of Council Rock High School South. He intends to use his 27 years in billing and administration, as well as his M.B.A. to ensure that that Northampton Township is operating effectively from a business perspective. We owe it to the taxpayers of Northampton Township to assure that their taxes are used efficiently and honestly. There must be financial accountability, so that the taxpayers are sure that they get their money’s worth for their payments. This is the top priority of Stephen as Township Auditor.
Robin Pettit grew up in a US Air Force family living in many states. Robin attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA where he obtained a BS in Physics and Mathematics. During his career, he worked for Computer Sciences Corporation at NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, then 20+ years as a technical advisor to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. In 2010, Robin and his family moved to Northampton Township He went to work for Penn State University’s Applied Research Laboratory. Robin’s experience in mathematics makes him a very qualified candidate for our township auditor position.