Wednesday, February 21, 2024


Lockwood to Doughty: Let’s Debate

By Herald Staff

COURT HOUSE — Republican candidate for Middle Township Committee, Daniel Lockwood, on July 31 fired the starting gun in the 2008 race for township committee.
He “formally invited” his opponent, Democrat Mayor F. Nathan Doughty to debate the issues facing the township.
“We are waiting for my opponent to respond at this point”, Lockwood stated in a release.
The format and sponsoring organization will be mutually agreed upon when and if Doughty accepts.
“I would like to have debates at each of the township’s voting (16) districts in order to give all the township’s residents a chance to hear about the issues that they face in the home districts, and as soon as I receive a response from the Mayor, we’ll set the dates,” he stated.
“I’m concerned about the transparency of government, listening to and letting the public have their say,” said Lockwood.
He also stated his concern “about runaway spending and the budget in the upcoming years.”
“I guess that’s the accountant in me,” Lockwood concluded.

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