Thank you to all of those who supported me throughout my campaign for Pequannock Township Council, in words and in deeds. From the Village to Mountain Ave to Greenview and to Beech Street, I could not have done all that I did without your constant efforts and assistance. What did I do? I met Pequannock. I visited more than 1,500 homes over the course of 6 weeks. I walked in the rain, the sun, the wind, and early on in the snow. I saw pineapple door-knockers, lawn gnomes, red doors, purple doors, barn-stars, and hundreds of passionate, interested, hard-working fellow Pequannock residents, eager to make their voices heard. The gratitude that I feel towards the amazing team that formed the core of my campaign as well as the many homeowners who took the time to listen to my words cannot be expressed in writing, but only in service. I look forward to continuing to serve the community on the Flood Committee, Open Space Commission, and Historic District Commission. I can’t wait to see you all again. Pequannock, it was a pleasure meeting you, please knock on my door anytime. (Also printed in the June 10th Suburban Trends)
Those who supported me during my campaign, through kind words or material support, as well as those who now wish me well, please join me for a cocktail hour from 6pm to 8pm on Friday June 29th at Pequannock's American Legion Post #242 next to Gilly's. Light fare, casual attire, cash bar. Stop in and say hello!
Christopher Lotito is a member of the Pequannock Historic District, Open Space, and Flood Control Advisory Commissions as well as the author of "Torrent," a book about flooding in the region. Lotito's personal mission is to reduce new taxes, drastically reduce flooding, and preserve more green spaces for our children. Christopher Lotito Profile