Special Election Candidate
for Supervisor-at-Large

Experienced Leadership for Tredyffrin

Let’s keep Tredyffrin moving forward

I am committed to:

  Responsible development that respects our neighborhoods,
history, and environment


  Proper funding for our police, fire companies, libraries and parks

  Being fiscally responsible and responsive to your concerns


  1. Mark served as a Tredyffrin Supervisor from 2013-2017

  2. 25+ years as an environmental attorney in public and private sectors

  3. Served on the Boards of Chester County Assn. of Township Officials, Upper Main Line YMCA, and other non-profits

  4. Extensive experience working with municipalities and businesses to build consensus for economic solutions

  5. Mark, his wife Rose, and their family have lived in Tredyffrin for nineteen years.


Mark is running for Supervisor-at-Large to fill an open seat on the Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors and will be on the November 6 ballot.  The term will run through January 2020.

Mark served on the Tredyffrin Township Board of Supervisors from 2014 to 2017. During that time, he worked to increase the number of police officers on the force, supported responsible development that respects our neighborhoods, history and the environment, and helped lead the Township’s Valley Creek Trunk Sewer repair.  He supports fiscally responsible funding for our volunteer fire companies, libraries and parks. He is committed to being responsible and responsive to residents’ concerns.

Mark is an attorney with more than twenty-five years of experience who represents clients in the areas of environmental and municipal law. He was named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer.  In 2015 he was appointed to the Local Government Workgroup of the Pennsylvania Pipeline Infrastructure Task Force. He also served on the Executive Board of the Chester County Association of Township Officials, the Board of the Upper Main Line YMCA, the Board of Global Water Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to increasing global access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene services, and as an adjunct professor at Saint Joseph’s University.

Mark served eight years as an Assistant Counsel with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. He also served two years as an Environmental Crimes Prosecutor in the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Environmental Crimes Section.  Mark represents Senator Andy Dinniman in the Senator’s challenge of Sunoco’s Mariner East pipeline project.

Mark, his wife Rose and their children have lived in Berwyn for 19 years. He is a graduate of Brandeis University and Villanova University School of Law.



Contact Mark at: Mark@markfreedpa.org