Run for Mayor

Looks like I will be Mayor - Thanks everyone for your votes and you…

From the Montgomery County Board of Election Website.  The Election Results show that Mark Campbell was re-elected Council at Large, Tom McMasters was elected Mayor and the School Levy did not pass.  In Miami County the Mayoral race was 91 McMasters  69 Fisher,  for Council at Large Hamilton 80, Campbell 66.  See the full Miami County results.


Thanks everyone for your votes and your support

Tom…

Election Day is Tuesday Polls open 6:30 am to 7:30 pm

Election day is Tuesday, November 5th.  Polls are open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. 

This election Huber Heights has two contested races;  Mayor and Council at Large.   For Mayor, I'd appreciate if you would vote Tom McMasters and help me promote open discussions before the city starts spending money on major projects.  

There is also a Huber Heights City school levy on the ballot in Montgomery…

City Flier and Clarification to Q & A

I received the City Brochure that discusses TIF funding and also contains a Q&A section.  The responses deserve some clarification.
 
 

I'm the candidate to keep our Fire and Police departments strong.

I support our Police and Fire departments.  One of the ways is by trying to get council to make smart decisions on where and when to create TIF properties.  TIF properties can be good because this tool can be used to finance important projects like building the I-70 interchanges.  However, the trade-off is that the money used for these projects comes from diverting money away from voter approved property taxes meant to go to things like police & fire…

Open discussions not deception

Update:  At the Oct 22, 2013 administration committee meeting I asked where the $1.8 million dollar "dividend" payment would be going.  Turns out the dividend payment was really the developer buying back the land put up for collateral when the city borrowed $1.8 million dollars for them October 2012.  At this time council hopes that the payment can be put into the general fund.  .  See the Oct 8,

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