Joe Kujawa served as a Millcreek Township Supervisor for nearly 20 years - and built a positive record of results that proves he puts people first...always.
Joe delivered no-tax increase budgets for 17 years by ensuring strong fiscal discipline in government.
Joe always looked to cut costs to save tax dollars - and he did. From cross-utilizing salt and snow plow trucks to repurposing the town dump into a Recycling Center.
Joe was responsible for oversight of his township's building renovation - and made sure it came in under budget and on-time.
Joe helped to start a Millcreek Senior Center to provide services and recreational opportunities to our area's older residents.
Joe helped create an eastern district emergency response center in his township that cut response time for Fire and EMS services, and helped create the Millcreek Paramedic Service to do the same, reducing the stress and demand on our volunteer services.
Joe was successful in developing a plan to extend the Airport runway project where guaranteeing emergency access to Millcreek residents. He helped lead the successful effort to clean local waterways to prevent flooding, helped secure important grant funding for solar panels for his local government's garage to save tax dollars in the long-term, worked to support local volunteer fire/EMS companies, and helped bring in funding to improve local roads and the municipal golf course at no cost to local taxpayers.