Humphrey, Wolff for Miami Twp. trustee
Ed Humphrey, Ken Tracy and Mary
Wolff as Miami Township trustees. Much
has happened in Miami Township in the last few years
and that pace will not slow - be it zoning, road and
other infrastructure improvements, the need for
increased police, fire and emergency medical
services or more parks and recreation. Humphrey and Wolff
have 16 and five years of experience,
respectively, along with a world of job skills that
benefit township residents.
been a trustee for a year who brings more business
abilities to the table.
believes the township needs to be operated much like
a business, as far as Ohio law allows. Each is
making sure the township delivers basic services.
All three said safety services are their top
priorities, but they recognize these services are
very expensive. These three trustees have made
decisions in the past year that have caused no great
controversies, which means the people are satisfied
with the direction the township is moving. The
trustees are finishing work on Vision 2025, a
comprehensive land use plan that will help guide the
township into the future. Tracy said the trustees
don't agree on all decisions. But when dissension
occurs, they work to find an alternative, which he
said is sometimes better than what was originally
proposed. So, these three trustees are willing to
work as a team for the betterment of the township.
Another candidate, Nathan Noertker, wants to become
involved in the community and has some good ideas.
He's not afraid to tell the trustees he disagrees
with them on creating a township center.
would serve the township well by becoming involved
with one of the various committees to gain some
experience about how townships operate. He could
make a good trustee in the future. But for this
election, vote for Ed Humphrey, Ken Tracy and Mary
Wolff Nov. 8. ( Reprinted with
permission form Community Press Newspapers )