The Mill Creek City Council will continue to make long-term, strategic decisions about our city’s future. The ideal council member should be an active, caring community member who respects us, the citizens and our interests. That ideal city council member would be Chuck Wright.
As a two-term police advisory board member, Chuck Wright worked cooperatively with the Mill Creek City Council and the Mill Creek Police Department, at the same time considering the needs of the Mill Creek citizens. During his tenure, he helped to obtain a police officer for Jackson High School, supported a community survey to assess the concerns of the citizens about the Mill Creek Police Department, participated in designing a noise ordinance, and performing other duties as assigned by the Mill Creek City Council.
Throughout this time, Chuck Wright was straightforward, exhibited a strong work ethic, listened to all sides of each issue, and considered cause-effect scenarios regarding each decision. These exemplify the admirable traits that I want in a Mill Creek City Council person.
Vote for Chuck Wright. You won’t be disappointed.