Sebastian Previti, Supervisor
Sebastian "Sam" Previti has called Washington Twp. home for 18+ years. He and his wife, Silvana, have three young children and they enjoy spending time in and around the township as much as they can. Sam is an active member of several community charities and events including Holy Family Church, Holy Family Regional School, Knights of Columbus, and Lodge Figli Della Sicilia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s in business administration, both from Wayne State University. Sam has worked as a financial controller for over 20+ years in one of the largest automotive Tier I Suppliers in the nation. Family and community are both very important to Sam. He credits both his parents, in-laws, and immediate family for teaching him what really matters: Be a good father, a loyal husband, kind neighbor, and help those around you. Sam's experience in finance and community relations will make him a good fit working with the Washington Township Board to get things done for families.
Why I Ran For Township Supervisor:
"My wife and I have called Washington Twp. home and feel this is the best place to raise our young family. Public service has been a dream of mine ever since I sat in civics class back in high school. I believe people with experience in the private sector make for very effective and efficient public servants. I will work to accomplish great things for the families of Washington Township."
What I Plan to Achieve:
For too long the residents have been ignored and not represented, I ran for office to instill Positive Change and return the voice to the residents of this township:
- Increased Transparency
- Review/Update the Master Plan
- Investigate our Water Bill Fees
- Install more Sidewalks to Schools and Pathways
- Protect our Tri-Community Parks and Rec Department
- Develop our Downtown Village District responsibly
- Most Importantly open communication to the residents on their concerns
- Provide a balanced working Budget
- Open communication with the residents through town halls, email, social media and newsletters.
My door is always open and I welcome all to contact me with any ideas, questions, or concerns. I welcome you all to stop in anytime to meet with me.