Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Bill Brotzman for Madison Township Trustee

Bill Brotzman is running for his seventh term as a trustee. The 60-year resident has also served on the Quad-County Farm Bureau, Ohio Township Association and Governor’s Telecommunications Advisory Council. If re-elected, Brotzman said he would like to work with Madison Community Improvement Corp. and the Madison Garden Club to revitalize the commercial area around Madison Township Park and preserve the rural agriculture community. In addition, Brotzman said he would help see that a fourth fire station is built on the planned McMackin Road property and another piece of property is purchased in the northeast portion of the township for a fifth fire station. “I have delivered good things to Madison in my years on the board,” Brotzman said. “Action speaks louder than words and that is why I will be re-elected Madison Township Trustee.”

Simon HustedThe News-Herald article from Oct. 22, 2013

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1 comment:

  1. Vote for Bill and no one else!!! Otherwise, those who vote for Bill and one other candidate (two seats open) could add votes to the others and accidentally elect the other two. Good strategy on their part to run two and split the votes not cast for Bill. There are 9,293 registered voters by the DOE and if Bill gets 2/3 he could still be mathematically defeated.