Quakers Present Veterans Rights Advocate

Barnegat Leader

Eric Englund
May possibly 19, 2021
By Eric Englund

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The Barnegat Quakers will hold a digital program featuring longtime Barnegat Township resident Martin Weber on Friday, June 11 at 7 p.m.
He will discuss subjects that include his dream of setting up a very small property village that would provide transitional housing and guidance products and services to homeless veterans. Weber is doing work with nonprofits to make this dream a truth, and he strategies to donate 36 acres of his possess property for the village.
A U.S. Army veteran, Weber has been energetic in supporting the local community in a lot of strategies. He is a member of the township zoning board and former captain of the initial assist squad. He owns YoBuck Landscaping and Routine maintenance.
He ran as an unbiased for Congress in 2020, hoping to reform the Veterans Administration, to tackle money owed and deficits, to maintain New Jersey’s atmosphere and to restore electrical power to the constituents of his district. This 12 months, he is managing for the Barnegat Township Committee as a Democrat.
The plight of veterans impacted him individually in 2017 when he shed his lifetime associate and fellow veteran Jeff Poissant to bladder most cancers. He is operating hard to be certain no veteran is “behind the eight ball.”
To sign up for the application, stop by tinyurl.com/MartyWeber.  —E.E.

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