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    Donald R. Carroll Non-Profit Volunteer, Attorney-at-Law

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Education BA - University of Toledo, JD - University of Toledo College of Law
Occupation Non-Profit Volunteer in education, charitable fund, and municipal sectors. Current member of Newtown Village Council.
Experience 35 years in the financial services industry at senior/executive levels. Attorney-at-Law.
Political Philosophy I listen to understand, not to decide if someone is right or wrong.
I am an attorney with 35 years experience in the financial services industry. Appointed to Newtown Village Council in 2017. Member Newtown Village Planning Commission and Board of Tax Appeals 2016-17. Former Chair Hamilton County Mental Health Board.
1. Achieve a balanced budget every year without raising taxes. Provide funding for major repairs and improvements to storm water system, roads, and general maintenance. 2. Responsibly regulate and oversee landfills in the Village. 3. Work with the local business community and the Village Community Improvement Corp (CIC) to create an environment to attract new businesses to the Village.
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