Bret discusses his Open Office Hours pledge, and why it’s important to him. He will set aside dedicated and scheduled time each month to meet with residents to listen to their ideas, issues and concerns. Please read the full article, published on October 4, 2020 on TAP into Berkeley Heights below: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/berkeley-heights/categories/candidate-statements/articles/poage-and-sayre-the-right-fiscal-priorities-for-berkeley-heights
Bret and Susan highlight their platform for the 2020 Town Council election and discuss how they want to continue to move Berkeley Heights forward. Please read the full article, published on September 21, 2020 on TAP into Berkeley Heights below: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/berkeley-heights/categories/candidate-statements/articles/poage-and-sayre-making-berkeley-heights-government-work-for-you
As a finance professional at one of the country’s largest companies and a small business owner, Bret has spent the majority of his career working in either accounting or compliance. He brings 20 years of professional experience managing and balancing budgets, making tough decisions as the leader of a company and navigating complex regulatory environments. Bret has dedicated countless hours enriching the lives of children in the Berkeley Heights Community by volunteering in youth sports leagues, including softball, baseball and basketball. Affectionately known as “Coach Bret,” he brings a positive attitude to his players while helping them develop an appreciation for their fellow teammates and the importance of teamwork. Bret and his wife, Carolyn, a riding member of the Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad, moved to Berkeley Heights nearly a decade ago when their daughter, Aly, was less than two months old. Three years later, they welcomed their son, Josh, into their family and went on to become active members in local organizations.