Friday, November 01, 2013

Candidate Bio: Bill Wilson (R) for BOE

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Republican Incumbent Candidate for Board of Education
William Wilson

Assessment Appeals Commissioner 2009 - 2011
Planning and Zoning Commissioner from 2001 - 2005
Personal Appeals Board for the City of Middletown 1995 - 1999
Cable Advisory Board from 1995 - Present

Member of Fellowship Church for the past 30 years
Host of the Cable Variety Hour Show
Self Employed website designer
Born and raised in Middletown 
Graduate of Middletown public schools
Attended University of Connecticut at Storrs.

Why I am running for Board of Education: 
I was an elected Planning and Zoning commissioner from 2001 to 2005 and Board of Assessment Appeals member from 2009 to 2011. I have sat on the Cable Advisory commission since 1995 and I am currently the vice chairman.  I am also the vice chairman of the Middletown Republican Town Committee.

I have chosen to run for the Board of Education because I believe there needs to be someone who listens to the taxpayers. I intend to bring accountability to the budgeting process. My goal is to see that we are using the taxpayers' money appropriately. I also want to focus on eliminating the threat of layoffs for the teachers and cancellation of student activities. I feel that I can bring fresh perspective and ideas to help make Middletown have a strong and effective Board of Education.

I hope you will join me in voting for the entire Row A team for a better Middletown

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