Sean Crampsie announced his intent to run for reelection to Carlisle Borough Council.
Crampsie was first elected to the council in 2015.
“Now, three years into my term I feel confident in saying our council has done the type of work our community elected us to do,” he wrote in a letter announcing his run.
In the letter, Crampsie said members of the borough council worked together to hire two additional police officers without raising taxes, to pass budgets that did not raise taxes and to ensure that borough residents are not discriminated against. He also said decisions were made to improve infrastructure, approve affordable housing and hire a public information officer to keep borough residents up to date on issues.
“To be clear, we can’t afford to move our borough backwards. Any bad policy decision could impact our future development, our business climate, and our accomplishments over the past three years.
That is why I look forward to building on our momentum and moving Carlisle forward to the benefit of all of our residents,” he wrote.
Crampsie works as a lobbyist for the Association of Pennsylvania State College & University Faculties, and previously worked in municipal government. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Bloomsburg University. Crampsie is chairperson of the borough council’s Community Planning and Smart Growth Committee and also serves as co-chair of the Budget and Finance Committee.