NOVEMBER 3, 2016 8:00 AM-1 PM
Greater Dayton Brain Health Symposium (4th Annual)
Sinclair Pontiz Center
Luncheon Keynote Speaker:
DECEMBER 7, 2016 9:30 AM
Beavercreek Women's League
Program: Jerry Leggett from the Dayton International Peace Museum, "Formula for Living Peaceably"
JANUARY 4, 2017 9:30 AM Beavercreek Women's League
Panel: Peggy Lehner, Rick Perales, Dr. Tom Laskey, and Penny Rucker will talk about (1) Ohio's Formula for School Funding, (2) Ohio's College Credit Plus Program, and (3) Charter Schools....role, transparency, and success.
FALL 2016 City Council Topics:
(1) ODOT has proposed a "SuperStreet design for U.S. 35 through Beavercreek. Is this really a good solution for our community?
(2) The 2017 Budget is under review. Community needs exceed available funds. What will be funded? What maintenance will be deferred and at what longterm cost?
(3) Council will hire a new City Manager to start work by the end of the year. What leadership style will she/he bring? What experience and special talents will he/she bring?
Experienced Leader in Beavercreek & local government
Planning for a sustainable, successful future
Analyzes both sides of an issue
Truthful and principled
Julie Vann thanks all who helped and/or supported her candidacy for Beavercreek City Council !!!! She looks forward to serving the citizens of Beavercreek. It will be an important four years. She thanks you for your confidence in her leadership and decision making. She welcomes citizen input and ideas.
During the 2016-2019 term, there will be a significant leadership change, as City Manager Mike Cornell retires. The City is at a budget “crossroads.” During the next four years, we will be redefining the levels of City services. Revenues have been reduced. Grants from State and Federal sources have been reduced. Street and stormwater solutions are aging and maintenance as been and will be deferred. In a few cases this gets to a point when solutions are only offered for crisis...which is not a good management practice. I look forward to working with citizens to analyze the facts and define a strategy for the future.
Julie Vann is a committed public representative and community leader. The City Council works together as a single governing board. Their job is to do strategic planning, advocacy, representation of citizens, policy development, and law making. Julie Vann would be an asset to the City Council. Her professional background and experience in neighborhood planing and development is key. She also brings the following personal qualities.