Poage and Sayre: Making Berkeley Heights Government Work For You

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

Municipal Complex: None of Us Voted for Decisions That Saw This Project Explode in Cost and Complexity

Susan, along with Council members Alvaro Medeiros and Stephen Yellin, published the below letter to the editor with important facts about why the Municipal Complex project is where it is today. Please read the full article, published on May 21, 2020 on TAP into Berkeley Heights below: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/berkeley-heights/categories/letters-to-the-editor/articles/municipal-complex-none-of-us-voted-for-decisions-that-saw-this-project-explode-in-cost-and-complexity

About Susan Poage

Susan Poage has long been an advocate for families and children in town. As a teacher at Mary Kay McMillan School, she has been awarded both Teacher of the Year and the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching. As a Councilwoman, Susan created the Grants Committee, which has successfully secured dollars that have enhanced the liveability of our community and received a Municipal Innovation Award. As a member of the Planning Board and Master Plan sub-committee she has sought input and direction from residents on how the future of Berkeley Heights will look for the next 10 years and beyond. Susan and her husband, Russell, have lived in Berkeley Heights for over two decades raising their two children, Alex and Madeline, here in town.