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Voter's Guide: City of Randall

Randall City Council Member (Elect 2)

Gerald Adamski

Age: 62.

Occupation: Power plant engineer at St. Gabriel's Hospital In Little Falls for 41 years.

Public office experience: Current Randall City Council clerk.

Why are you the best candidate for the job? As a seasoned member of the Randall City Council I feel I am a good choice for re-election. The water, sewer and road repairs and replacement in our city is one of my top priorities. I feel my experience working on the Randall City Council along with the knowledge I have gained while being a council member will be very useful to plan and update the infrastructure throughout our city. I have been a resident of Randall for 40 years and have seen it grow and would like to be a part of its continued growth.

Jennifer Peterschick-Hand

Age: 46.

Occupation: Special education teacher.

Public office experience: None.

Why are the you the best candidate for the job? I am the best candidate for the job as I hold a bachelor's degree in business economics with a finance minor from St. Cloud State University. Our community is in desperate need of an educated, vocal, fearless woman who can stand up for what is right. There is a great deal of waste and unnecessary spending that must be curtailed. I believe we can cut costs, obtain our own police force again and find ways to fund infrastructure without raising property taxes for our most vulnerable.

Jeffrey Wright

Could not be reached.

Brian Zilka

Age: 33.

Occupation: Diesel tech/tow operator.

Public office experience: None, but attend monthly city council meetings.

Why are you the best candidate for the job? I have been a resident of Randall since 2009. I have two daughters, Zoey, 9, and Sophie, 6. I would like to see more infrastructure to accommodate new residents interested in moving to town. Also there are many roads needing attention in town, as with the water and sewer lines underneath. I look forward to working with the citizens of the community.