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Milan City Mayor

There shall be a mayor and six councilmen who shall be nominated and elected by the electors of the city at large. The council shall be composed of seven members consisting of a mayor and six councilmen. The mayor shall be the executive head of the city. The council shall constitute the legislative body of the city and shall have power and authority, except as in this charter or by statute otherwise provided, to exercise all powers conferred upon or possessed by the city, and shall have the power and authority to adopt such laws, ordinances and resolutions as it shall deem proper in the exercise thereof. In all cases where the word is used in this charter, the name shall be synonymous with the word commission or any other term used in any state or federal law in referring to municipal legislative bodies.
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Biographical Information

What in your education and experience make you the best qualified candidate for this position?

What are your specific goals for the office and how will you work to accomplish them?

What actions would you take to ensure the character and vitality of downtown Milan?

Which areas of the the city budget would you fight to retain or increase? Which areas would you be willing to cut?

What can city council do to ensure that Milan is a great place for families to live?

Education: Electronics Engineering, Economics major in Finance, and Certified in Financial Planning.

Other Accomplishments:

* Currently manages his company where he sells his invention products. He also oversees his wife’s Medical Practice.

* He voluntarily spent his personal time and money where he did a research on how the Medicare System can save about 10 – 20 billion dollars a year without cutting on medical services. He received a personal letter of appreciation from President Obama for his endeavor. Owen did it as a sign of gratitude and contribution from an immigrant to this Great Country, the United States of America.
My mission is to increase occupancy downtown, bring more revenue, jobs to the city and to lower taxes and water rates. As mayor in 2004-2008. We turned a budget deficit into surplus while reducing property tax.
By cooperating and supporting the different community activities in and around downtown Milan. We also need to explore additional parking spaces.
I will work hard to maintain all necessary services like the streets, parks, seniors, and police. But review all programs, payroll, and benefits for maximum efficiency.
Work to keep Milan economically vibrant community by diversifying the tax base with commercial, industrial, and residential.
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