Lynn Olanoff reports:
Adam Waldron, 28, a Democrat, said he believes his small business acumen would serve him well on council. He started his residential painting company to fund his business management degree from West Chester University and his parents are the former owners of Balloons for all Occasions in Allentown.
“Bethlehem needs strong independent businesses to be the keystone of its neighborhoods,” Waldron said in a news release. “My fresh perspective and small business background would be a great asset on council as the city continues to grow.”
Waldron said he would be an advocate for clean and safe neighborhoods and believes Bethlehem needs accessible and efficient city services while still being financially accountable.
The dream slate at this point has to be Karen Dolan, Adam Waldron, Chris Morales and Bryan Callahan. There are now 5 choices easily better than Eric Evans running for 4 seats. If Todd Dietrich, Basilio Bonilla or Cathy Frankenberg decided to get in I would have to consider reordering my choices.