Cathy Winterfield is serving her second term as a member of the Township Council and is currently the Deputy Mayor and Council Liaison to the Historic District Commission and the Environmental Commission. Her passion for the future of Pequannock Township lies in the connection of good quality public parklands that promote social interaction, recreation, leisure, sporting activity, exercise, rest and relaxation. An example of this is the most recent purchase of the historic Martin Berry House, which she spearheaded along with the creation of the Pequannock Township Historical Society of which she is a member.
Cathy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a concentration in accounting from William Paterson University. She has lived in Pequannock since 1994 and is in her 7th year of service as Councilwoman of Pequannock Township. She also has served in The Glens community as a Board of Trustees member in the capacity of Treasurer, Vice-President and President and now as Trustee. She grew up in nearby West Milford Township prior to moving to Pequannock Township. The Glens has been her home for the past 23 years. She is currently employed as Bursar of Seton Hall University.
Cathy envisions Pequannock Township as a small town with big ideas. She and her fellow Council members plan on launching a project to update the Township’s Master Plan. It is Cathy’s hope that the new Master Plan will provide a roadmap for the Township’s future which makes the most of the Township’s many resources and proximity to transportation and highways, and ties our small town feel to a thriving economic base.
Cathy can be reached by email at email@example.com or on her cell at 973.476.7230