THE TRUSTEE THAT BALANCES NEEDS V. WANTS AND CONSIDERS CIVIC DUTY OVER ISSUES


LOOKING BACK; THINKING AHEAD

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I love history. Every time I have a relationship with a community, I research it’s roots. Growing up in Bay View, WI as a child, I learned all about it’s history as a separate town, and eventually an annexed ward of Milwaukee. I learned about the farming history of Oak Creek when I lived there as well. When I workedRead the Rest…


WE ARE UNIQUE

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With nearly 25,000 residents, Caledonia is a recently-incorporated village that shares both dense residential- and spacious farm-land with long spans of untouched riversides and a park system that rivals some larger cities. When in Caledonia, you are never more than 5 minutes from some space to scope a bike trail, play some baseball, go for a walk or even rideRead the Rest…


SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY

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A national leader once said “All politics is local.” The true power behind our culture and way of life is our local government, and I believe that to my core. No president, congress, governor or state legislature can match the power of neighbors making the most practical of all decisions on a weekly, or even daily basis. Local politics isRead the Rest…


BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN US AND OURSELVES

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No candidate should ever base their civic commitment upon the narrow viewpoint of one group or another. Whether it be transportation issues, development plans, union-negotiations or civil services, people usually fall fairly evenly on both sides of the issues. I am running for the purpose of representing the entire village, and balancing its needs against its wants. I believe thereRead the Rest…