Where's Ellen Now?

This website covers Ellen Dickson's political career from 2010 through to 2015, and includes her term as mayor of Summit, NJ from 2011 through to 2015. It is no longer active and is made available for historical and archival purposes.

As of October, 2016, Ellen Dickson is the owner and editor of the Springfield, NJ Franchise of TAPInto.net. You can see what she's up to these days by visiting that site.

 

Summit Featured in the New York Times

Summit was written up today in the New York Times Real Estate Section, in which Ellen was quoted:

From the article:

"Summit, a city of around 21,000 with a small-town feel in Union County, is a desirable place to live, with prices to match: About a third of the nearly 100 homes on the market are listed for $1 million to $2 million, and bidding wars are commonplace. But people who find their way to Summit, drawn by its highly regarded schools, good access to highways and convenient commute, often stay."

You can read the full article here.

Image from the article, NYTimes

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About Ellen Dickson

Ellen Dickson holds a Masters in Business Administration from Babson College and an undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts in Boston. She and her husband Chip raised three children, all of whom graduated from the Summit public schools system.