2012 Primary: Two Seek Dexter Township Treasurer Seat

Libby Brushaber, Mark Wojno are campaigning for the treasurer position for Dexter Township.

Editor's note: This article is part two of a three-part series profiling the candidates for office in Dexter Township for the .

Dexter Township has three candidates on the ballot for township supervisor, while Clerk Harley Rider is running unopposed. Two Republicans are running for the treasurer's seat, and six candidates and competing for four seats on the Board of Trustees.

Dexter Patch sent out questionnaires to each of the candidates, and the following were their responses:

Candidate: Libby Brushaber

Office sought: Dexter Township Treasurer

Political affiliation: Republican

Current occupation: Retired from Multilakes Sewer Authority in 2011

Education: Associate’s Degree with continuing education and training courses in accounting and management.

Previous elected office: 12 years as Dexter Township trustee.

What are two key issues in your community? Public safety and zoning.

How will you address those issues?

I will continue open communication with the Public Safety Committee to improve the safety of Dexter Township, and work with the Planning Commission and township board to revise the zoning ordinance.

Candidate: Mark A. Wojno

Office sought: Dexter Township Treasurer

Political affiliation: Republican

Current occupation: Certified public accountant

Education: Eastern Michigan University (BBA)

Previous elected office: Trustee Dexter Township

What are two key issues in your community?

I feel that we need professional talent to maintain the quality of the service of our township with the reduction of state revenue sharing that townships are experiencing. Every tax dollar needs to be spent wisely and efficiently so that the burdens will not fall onto the taxpayers in the future.

We need to bring a new perspective to the township that government is run by the people not the government running the people. Excessive regulations of our property cost us all more money when we want to invest in our property or just maintain our homes. Our current administration has been over burdening its citizens with regulations and in some cases changing zoning to hijack homeowner’s property rights.

Julie Knight July 07, 2012 at 03:01 PM
Good luck Libby! You will certainly be a great asset to Dexter Township government although I am sad that Vickie is stepping down.


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