We, the undersigned, support the United Party of Worth Township official promise to freeze elected official’s salaries and benefits for four years. In addition to calling for a freeze of salary and benefits, we support our elected township officers promise to avoid any reduction in services that benefit taxpayers. These principles have been written into official record through the passage of Resolution 427-13 which reads:
“NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY the Supervisor and Board of Trustees of the Town of Worth through a majority vote, that no elected township official shall collect an increase in salary or other compensation through April 30, 2017 in order to ensure that township revenues are used to continue the many services that are provided to the people of Worth Township. Be it, further
RESOLVED, that no services that benefit the tax payers of Worth Township shall be diminished or terminated."
The United Party of Worth Township is fielding a bipartisan slate of candidates for Worth Township offices including John “Jack” Murphy for Supervisor, Roger Benson for Clerk, John Z. Toscas for Assessor, Steve Loulousis for Highway Commissioner and Michael Mahoney, John “Jack” Lind, David Walsh and Kelly Houlihan for Township Trustees.