As both a former Orange Township Trustee, and a former member of the Orange Township Community Park Board, I had the privilege to serve alongside Rob Quigley. Rob proved to be a sound business person, transferring his knowledge of how to run a business to how to run the township like a business. He proved to be open-minded by seeking input from residents, community groups, businesses, schools, and Orange Township employees. He proved to be fair, gathering input from all sides before making a decision. He serves with no hidden agenda; other than to enhance the Orange Township community. Rob serves with the mindset of “How can we make this happen”, not focusing on why something can’t be done. He seeks ways to make it easier for residents to do business with the township-like membership cards for easier access to the pool, on-line bill paying, on-line forms, and providing meeting notices, agendas, and minutes on the Township website. Echoing that “can-do” spirit is fellow Orange Township Trustee, Debbie Taranto. Founding the Orange Township Business Association, Debbie has always focused on what can we do for Orange Township. Whether creating family experiences in Orange Township like the 4th of July Celebration, including the Race, Parade, and Festival, or working with the Orange Township Community Park Board to make Movies in the Park and Music in the Park a reality, Debbie looks to make a positive impact on the lives of the residents of Orange Township. These trustees are dedicated, positive, forward-thinking individuals who are worthy of your vote on November 5th.