This release was received from the Pointe condominium complex.
The candidates for Garwood Borough Council will appear at the Pointe, the condominium complex between Maple and Chestnut Streets, during October, and Garwood residents have been invited to attend the sessions.
“We see this as an important opportunity to learn what the candidates stand for,” said Marc Epstein, the president of the condominium’s board. “We hope our neighbors share our interest and will join us.”
The Democratic candidates, William Nierstedt and Ann Palmer, will appear at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 11. The Republicans, Timothy Hak and Michael Martin, will speak later in October on a date to be determined.
In each case, the candidates will explain why they’re running, what problems they plan to address, what they foresee for the borough and why their proposals are more appealing than those of their opponents. Attendees will be welcome to ask questions and to enjoy light refreshments after each discussion.
Each event will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the clubhouse at the Pointe. Parking is available in the large lot behind the commercial buildings on North Avenue between Maple and Chestnut Streets. A stairway leads from the lot to the clubhouse.