CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. (PRWEB) November 07, 2021
Conshohocken Mayor and Montgomery County Community College Instructor Yaniv Aronson won re-election in the November 2nd, 2021 General Election. Aronson focused his campaign on safety, sustainability, transparency and accessibility.
“We have seen tremendous progress on street and pedestrian safety in the last four years,” said Aronson. He continued, “From the Schuylkill River Trail road crossings to neighborhood streets to our main road, Fayette St, there have been real, tangible upgrades and renovations to make our residents safer.”
Fayette St, in particular, saw new traffic lights at Elm St, 1st, 3rd, 9th and 11th avenues. Those intersections also received upgraded pedestrian crossings with audible signals. Soon to come will be lighted pedestrian crossings at 4th and 7th avenues.
The trail has five crossings through the borough, and each of these was repaved, widened, lined and given new signage and lighting. “I met my wife on the running trail. In fact, we got engaged there, so I could not be more thankful to Montgomery County for these upgrades. They have made a noticeable difference to our residents and visitors who use the trail,” said Aronson.
Aronson also credits the borough for major changes involving sustainability, including a changeover to lidded, full-sized recycling bins to encourage recycling, twice-yearly streets cleanups and recycling events, the planting of more than 100 trees in 2021 alone and the passage of the Ready for 100% resolution committing Conshohocken to energy sustainability by 2035, “a date that we will meet much earlier,” said Aronson.
As for transparency and accessibility, Aronson said, “I am most proud of the historic communication upgrades that I have helped bring to this office.” These include a regularly updated website, continuously monitored social media accounts, a monthly e-newsletter and in-person office hours at the Conshohocken Community Center at the Fellowship House.
“Communicating regularly with residents is the absolute best part of this position. I am here to serve them,” said Aronson.
Mayor Aronson asks that residents contact him via email at email@example.com, via phone at 484-532-8144, or on social media @Yaniv Aronson Mayor of Conshohocken. His website address is http://www.ConshohockenMayor.com.