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WEST CHESTER — No change is coming in Westtown Township as incumbent Republican Carol De Wolf will remain in her seat as township supervisor after Tuesday’s general election.
De Wolf won with over a 500-vote spread, beating Democrat John Embick with 1,230 votes to his 728.
“As an incumbent, I would like to continue to ensure that the quality of place is sustained, and that we continue to maintain our open space and at the same time, make sound economic development choices in our transportation corridors, maintain our agricultural lands of Westtown and ensure resident voices are heard and acted upon and exercised being great stewards of this place we call home,” De Wolf said before the election.
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Due to her job as director of the Natural Lands Trust, De Wolf is no stranger to the challenges of handling open
space – both with preservation and development.
She also has previous experience not only with the board of supervisors, but also on the planning commission, the West Chester Regional Planning Commission and more.
“I have the leadership qualities to ensure that open, honest and transparent conversations lead us to thoughtful choices on behalf of the residents of Westtown,” De Wolf said. “I am fiscally conservative with prudent spending of taxpayer dollars, environmentally responsible and have business acumen to serve our Westtown community.”
All results are unofficial until certified.