Mar 1, 2013
The Diversity of Allentown
If Allentown has become anything in the last twenty years, it's diverse. I'm not just talking about skin color, but social economic status; We have become largely a poor city. Although Julio Guridy and Cythnia Mota ethnically represent a large demographic, their votes are somewhat detached from the condition of Hispanics in Allentown. Although Alfonso Todd is familiar and comfortable with the street culture, he is not a hand out entitlement type person, quite the contrary. Alfonso believes in empowering people with information and fair access. He's a man for Allentown's reality, capable of relating to both poor and affluent. Alfonso would represent all people; Black, brown, and white. He is a self starter, who now wants an opportunity to serve a larger constituency through elected office. Next Thursday, March 7, the public is invited to meet the candidate for City Council in his business offices in the Hamilton Business Center, 1101 Hamilton Street. Alfonso will be available from ten in morning, until eight that evening.