Timothy Alexander is a lifelong resident of Chester County, who moved to Parkesburg in 1993. He is a married father of six, with five children still at home, and four currently attending the Octorara Area School District. Tim was born at the old Coatesville Hospital to Louise Wanstall (Louise Marciniszyn) and Terry Alexander. His mother is a Licensed Practical Nurse, currently working in home health, and his father is a retired Sergeant from the Coatesville Police Department. He was raised in East Fallowfield Twp, and is a graduate of the Coatesville Area School District.
On February 12, 2013, Timothy launched the Octorara Tax Blog. The original intent was to provide updates for an online petition demanding the Octorara School Board address issues of cost, new spending, and lowering taxes. Today, this site also tackles issues of transparency and accountability on matters including: academic performance, budget adoption, contracts, curriculum adoption, and fiscal planning and oversight.
The candidacy of Timothy Alexander, for Octorara Area School District Board-Region 3, was announced on March 11, 2013. “My candidacy, and the policies I will endorse, are a reflection of my respect for the citizens of this area. I believe there needs to be greater transparency and accountability on matters including budget adoption, contracts, curriculum adoption, and fiscal planning and oversight. I will promote and work for greater responsiveness, citizen inclusion, transparency and fiscal responsibility,” he stated in a press release.
Timothy won both the Republican and Democratic nomination during the primary election held on May 21, 2013. He then won the 2013 Election Day for Octorara Area School Director that November.
Tim is also the Founder, Content Curator, and Editor of the Parkesburg Gazette. Content curation is the process of collecting, organizing and displaying information relevant to a particular topic or area of interest. Services or people that implement content curation are called curators.
He started the Parkesburg Gazette as an accurate source of news and matters of interest to local subjects. The Parkesburg Gazette also has regional news, covering events beyond the immediate local area, including news from Chester and Lancaster Counties and Pennsylvania state-wide. While not necessarily about Parkeburg, or her neighbors, these stories have local importance.
Timothy is a REALTOR® affiliated with Long & Foster Real Estate, West Chester. As a lifelong resident of Chester County PA, he brings a wealth of knowledge about buying and selling real estate here. Additionally, Timothy possesses 10 years of online sales and marketing knowledge and experience. His has extensive experience using technology, software, and Social Media, in a highly competitive business market. Tim prides himself on genuine and dedicated customer service, and represents clients with enthusiasm, vigor and a professional demeanor, striving to exceed his clients expectations when engaged in selling or buying real estate.