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Two to be elected to a 4 year term. In each Ohio township there is a board of township trustees consisting of three members. Elections alternate every two years electing one trustee, then two years later electing two trustees.
  • Chris Dole

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    Byron Lewis Healthcare Software Engineer

  • Jim Niehaus

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If elected, what will be your top 3 priorities? (500 character limit)

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Education 2004 BS in Biology University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Occupation I am currently working as a healthcare software engineer where I assist in the design and implementation of electronic medical record systems and project management.
Experience I have obtained a wide array of project management and system implementation experience during my career. I also currently serve on the board of the Fort Scott Community Association.
Political Philosophy I feel that the first job of any elected official is service to the community. One way this is accomplished is through advocacy for every resident at all times. I believe that elected officials should be able to see all sides of an issue and how that issue impacts all residents differently. Once you take in all points of view you are able to make decisions that are in the very best interest of everyone in the community.
I am a Crosby Township resident of several years. I served on the Crosby Township Fire Department from 2002 to 2005 so I know the area well. I have experience managing large projects and budgets.
Public Safety – We must be sure that we are providing adequate fire and emergency medical protection to residents.

Controlled Residential Growth – I feel that the township needs to take a more active role in the oversight of community development. Developers are building in the township and are left relatively unchecked after the initial plans are submitted and approved.

Community Engagement - No community can be successful without participation from its residents
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