Tony McClenny has served on the Charter and Ordinance Review Committee, CORC.
It surprised us that his
main mission seems to be limiting terms on the council, which requires approval of the state legislature.
Cast your vote for McClenny
on Sept. 11 The Bethany Beach Town Council election
will be held Saturday, Sept. 11.As a permanent and interested resident of Bethany Beach, I am writing to encourage the town's people to cast their vote for Tony McClenny
I am a neighbor and friend of Tony's
and over the past three years have witnessed his
ability to exercise mature and competent judgment in many situations and decisions that affect our town.He
excels when involved in these difficult situations or discussions because of his
sophistication and good judgment.He has also demonstrated his dedication and desire to bring new ideas and energy to the town by his involvement on the town's Planning Commission, the Charter and Ordinance Review Committee and many other civic roles.Tony
has proven time and time again he
would be a valuable asset to the council and our town.
I believe it is time for a few changes and some new ideas on our council and by electing Tony
this could be partly accomplished.Remember, it is not necessary to vote for more than one candidate.
We should also remember that term limits apply to the president of the United States
-- why not for us?It is my opinion that the citizens of Bethany Beach are savvy enough and interested enough to make this change and perhaps in the near future to elect a mayor and not have him or her
Place your one vote for Tony McClenny
Reader says a vote for McClenny
During my recent two-and-a-half years on the Bethany Beach Town Council
, I had the opportunity to work with all of the candidates running for election.They all made very definite and lasting impressions.
I am very pleased to see that Tony McClenny
will be a positive addition.
About three years ago, Tony
visited me and wanted to talk about his
running for a council seat then.We had a good discussion.One belief that I tried to impress is that any candidate who has not been involved in various council committees is not prepared for a council seat. McClenny
took that to heart.Since that time, I have seen him at almost all council meetings and many committee meetings.He
got involved and educated.He
has done his
is ready.So when he speaks, you know he has researched the subject and will represent us, his constituents, even over his own personal reference.
I have come to appreciate his
listening and communication skills, both one-on-one, as well as in groups.
Please join me in supporting Tony McClenny
, Joe McHugh, Harry Steele, and Bob Degen in the upcoming elections.
offers support for McClenny I would like to offer my support in the upcoming election for Bethany Beach Town Council to Tony McClenny.
I met McClenny
more than five years ago when my husband and I purchased a property located in Westwood at Bethany Beach.We enjoy the community, the small hometown atmosphere and the friendliness of the residents.It is a place where we come to relax and unwind.But like any town, you need individuals who are willing to devote their time and energy for the benefit of the residents. McClenny
is absolutely the most energetic man I have ever known.He
is supposedly "retired," but probably works more hours than any gainfully employed individual I know.He
has a true concern for the town and has chosen to champion the cause of putting a squelch to unrestricted construction throughout Sussex County.He
is concerned of the burden it has placed on our town services, on our beaches and obviously on our overcrowded roadways.
I would like him to be part of the council when decisions are made regarding beach replenishment, pedestrian and cyclist safety issues, floodwater management and the expansion of our water reserves for future use.I believe he
will fairly represent residents and voice our opinions of what we truly want to see for our future in Bethany Beach. He
wife, Claudia, have been permanent residents for several years.They both love the community and give of their time for the betterment of the community.McClenny
not only has the executive business background to qualify him for the job; he
has a vested interest personally since he
is a permanent resident and has to live with the decisions made by the Bethany Beach Town Council
Our vote is for McClenny
-- see you on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Bethany Beach Town Hall
on Election Day.
I have known Tony McClenny
for several years, ever since we both served together on the Bethany Beach CORE Committee
.I have found him to be a bright, articulate, humble, open-minded and a very reasonable person.
Before retiring to Bethany Beach with his
wife Claudia, he
had a solid background in management and business. He
has made many contributions to our town, as a member of the CORE Committee, Planning Commission, Shuttle Bus Committee, Election Board
and an officer of the Friends of the South Coastal Library
background and his
proven service to our town makes him extremely qualified to be on our town council.
In addition, McClenny
is very approachable and will listen to your ideas, as well as your complaints.He
will make an important and vital addition to our town council.I hope you will vote for McClenny
on Saturday, Sept. 11.