CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR
2020 Vision Statement
Colonial Beach is an attractive, historical beach town committed to family, business, the arts and a healthy
quality of life.
10 years recent, continuous public service
Vice Mayor, 2018-current
Planning Commission, 2010-2019
(Served as PC Chair 2016 – 2019)
Small Business Owner
Proud Drifter, CBHS Class of ’04 (Valedictorian)
A CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR WHO IS
to help business grow
to work for the whole community
to pursue a successful future
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Education & Schools
Colonial Beach is a town suited for both retirement and young families, and these generations work together to ensure our kids grow up in a Colonial Beach where, as adults, they will have opportunities to build their own lives, raise their own families, and achieve success.
We can meet the demands that growth places on Colonial Beach, without raising taxes, and by forming and working with state and regional partners to accomplish large-scale projects.
My goal is to preserve Colonial Beach’s history and character while ensuring its future as a beautiful, vibrant, and active place.
I know how difficult it is to start-up and grow a business in our seasonal economy.
Business entrepreneurs need assistance navigating the local regulations and resources that help them achieve success, such as the NN Economic Development Strategy and the Enterprise Zone.
I have been dedicated to public service since I was a child, from Girl Scouts and Youth Group, to teaching at the School and chairing the Town Planning Commission,
I want to give back to the people that gave me these opportunities.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“Since moving here, I have had 2 occasions to ask for assistance/guidance about issues on my road. I tried contacting the town manager’s office (3 people) and the mayor and have never received even a response (more than a year ago). I contacted Robin Schick, who not only responded immediately, but addressed and solved the issues that day. That’s responsive government. That’s what we want our elected officials to do Robin Schick did—twice—and that’s why I will vote for Robin for mayor. Thank you.”
— Jeff Macharyas