Corey Bachman ‘respectfully ask(s) for your vote on Tuesday, Sept. 15’

31 Aug 2020 | 12:57

    On Tuesday, Sept. 15, Village of Warwick residents will cast their votes to elect two trustees.

    As we look for a path out of the COVID crisis, we’ll have to rely on our village leaders to find new ways to bolster businesses, work with the chamber to boost tourism and provide guidance to residents.

    As a homeowner, a digital marketing professional and an active member of the community, I’m energized to find solutions to these problems and to help improve our local economy.

    I’m committed to serving others in and around our village. I’ve had the opportunity to become involved with the Warwick Historical Society and the Warwick Lions Club and was elected to the boards of both of these organizations. I also help out each week with the Friendly Visitor Program, a service that assists senior citizens living in our town. I hope to bring my energy, ideas and passion to the village board of trustees much as I do with each of these groups.

    I’ve studied the comprehensive master plan and attended the village board meetings, budget workshops, public hearings and have gone door-to-door to speak with residents (pre-quarantine). I have a strong vision for our future; one of economic growth and promise even in these uncertain times.

    As a village trustee, I’ll serve with sincere dedication, genuine pride and I will work tirelessly on behalf of you and your family. I respectfully ask for your vote on Tuesday, September 15.

    The polling location is Goodwill Hook & Ladder Company (25 Church St. Extension) and the polls are open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. If you’d prefer to submit an absentee ballot, applications can be picked up in the village clerk’s office (77 Main Street) or found online at villageofwarwick.org.

    Corey Bachman

    Village of Warwick Trustee candidate