Welcome to Radnor Ward4!
Dear 4th Ward Neighbor:
Since January of 2010 I have enjoyed the the honor and privilege of representing you in our local government. I have been working hard with my fellow Commissioners to get our beloved township back on track, and we are making great progress.
In my opinion, one of the most important functions a Commissioner serves is that of communication and interaction with residents. In short, you should feel comfortable picking up the phone or sending an e-mail when you have a question or concern, and I should do everything I can to make sure you are well informed about the important issues facing us at this level of government. I will strive to take your opinions and thoughts into consideration when making decisions that affect us all.
To that end, I would like to invite you to get involved at whatever level you choose. Some of the avenues of communication that I have set up are:
(1)E-mail notices: I will be sending out occasional e-mails (I promise to be judicious) with important information that may be of interest to you.These e-mails will be brief, timely and contain only essential information (i.e. recent police activity in your area, road closures, changes in trash service, etc.).To receive these e-mails, please send your e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org;
(2)Website: You have already found my website, thank you for visiting. I will be updating this site periodically with pertinent and relevant information and I invite you come back regularly. Current information can be found under the "4th Ward" and the "Radnor" tabs above;
(3)E-mail correspondence:Please feel free to contact me at any time via e-mail You can reach me through the "Contact" tab above or directly at email@example.com . I will get back to you as soon as possible; and
(4)Telephone contact:You are always welcome to call me directly. My phone number is (610) 355-0611. Please leave a message if I am not in and I will return your call.
I truly look forward to serving you over the next two years of my term. Best wishes for a prosperous 2012 together –
Sincerely, Elaine Paul Schaefer
New Commissioners sworn in on 1/4/10 News coverage of the November 2010 election results