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2016 Voter's Guide: Crosby City Council

Crosby mayor Joanna Lattery Age: 68. City: Crosby. Occupation: Mayor of Crosby, Realtor and bookkeeping for Lakeplace.com. Public office experience: 2009 through 2010 Crosby councilwoman, 2013 through 2016 mayor of Crosby. Why are the you the bes...

Crosby mayor

Joanna Lattery

Age: 68.

City: Crosby.

Occupation: Mayor of Crosby, Realtor and bookkeeping for Lakeplace.com.

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Public office experience: 2009 through 2010 Crosby councilwoman, 2013 through 2016 mayor of Crosby.

Why are the you the best candidate for the job? "Always remembering the residents of Crosby are the 'city' and consistently with an unbiased approach. Developed Crosby Economic Development Committee, Reinstated Crosby Planning & Zoning Commission with new members, work with new businesses to help guide them through the process, updated the City Comprehensive Plan from 1998, reduced all departments budget by 2 percent every year since in office, promote our silent sports, updating ordinances, made changes for the betterment of Crosby. This is an exciting time for the city of Crosby as growth is happening that we have not seen in years. Let's keep the momentum going by my re-election."

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James Jesse Hunter

Age: 67.

City: Crosby.

Occupation: Retired.

Public office experience: Deerwood City Council and Crosby Planning & Zoning Alternate.

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Why are the you the best candidate for the job? "Professional Crosby business owner, former owner of Buy Sell Trade, owner of CI Auto Crosby, JH Trucking and Hunter Nelson rental properties. Worked in several other entities including law enforcement."

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Dusty Paul

Age: 55.

Occupation: Self employed.

Public Office Experience: "I have been on the Crosby City Council from 2009-2016; two year terms. I am acting Mayor when the Mayor is not present."

Why are you the best candidate for the job? "I have a lot of knowledge about the city of Crosby. I can be available for the residents when there are issues that come up at anytime. I am very dedicated to the city of Crosby. I worked for the city from 1993-2003 as the city mechanic/operator. I've been a city councilman from 2009-December 2016. I want to keep working for the citizens of Crosby to be a voice for them at city hall and to help make the city of Crosby a great place to live and visit."

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Crosby City Council (Elect two)

Roger Bentley

Did not respond

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Ron Prushek

Age: 48.

City: Crosby.

Occupation: Plumber (30 years)/Crosby Volunteer Fire Department (26 Years).

Public Office: Four years, Crosby City Council.

Why are you the best candidate for the job? "I am the best candidate for Crosby City Council because I'm a lifetime resident that has lived, worked and played in the area. I do my research on issues and vote on how it would benefit the city and community as a whole. I'm currently serving on the following committee's, Library, Parks & Recreation, Personnel, Planning & Zoning, and Economic Development. In the past four years I'm proud to say that I have been a part of the city's improvements that have been made and will continue to thrive for our best interest. I would appreciate your vote on Nov. 8, 2016."

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Jim Traylor

Age: 66.

City: Crosby.

Occupation: Retired, property manager.

Public office experience: Current board member for Cuyuna Range Economic Development Inc. Former member of Crosby City Council, Serpent Lake Sanitary Sewer District Board.

Why are you the best candidate for the job? "As a Crosby homeowner and taxpayer for over 25 years, I have a vested interest in our community. My former city council experience and my knowledge of our city's infrastructure will be an advantage to all Crosby citizens. As your council member, I will keep an open mind, I will listen to all options and I will make sound decisions to benefit the majority of taxpayers."

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Ed Vukelich

Did not respond.

 

 

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