As a current city councilman I have gained the experience and knowledge necessary to successfully lead this great city. I consider my role as the new mayor to be that of a “re-boot” of the system.
My main focus if elected as mayor would be:
• build a stronger vision of Fruit Heights as a standalone community and not just an appendage of Kaysville.
• make sure that a self sustaining and economically feasible cemetery is a reality.
• work with the city staff to develop and then manage a realistic plan for managing our aging infrastructure.
I ask for your support.
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Eileen Moss – Mayor
Fruit Heights has been a great community for our family for 32 years.
Having graduated with a BS in Family Resource Management/Financial Planning, I know the importance of budgeting and operating within our means.
My experiences serving on the Emergency Preparedness Committee - 12 years, Planning Commission – almost 10 years, and City Council - 10 years, have given me opportunities to get acquainted with many in our community and to appreciate how many of our citizens serve within our city. I am interested in hearing ideas and concerns from our citizens @ www.moss4mayor.com.
Please Vote Eileen Moss – Fruit Heights Mayor.
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Julia Busche – City Council
I am running for Fruit Heights City Council because I want to serve my neighbors. I am a partner in my husband’s business of over 9 years: I understand the importance of fiscal responsibility and will use that experience to carefully maintain the city’s finances.
It is crucial that our residents’ taxes and fees are well managed. Careful growth is important as there is little land left on which to build. Preserving open space is vital to our quality of life. I support the proposed cemetery: it will help preserve 100 acres and fulfill an important need of our residents.
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Scott Nielson – City Council
I’m a long time Fruit Heights resident. I am running on the following platform:
• Continue the strong tradition of frugality and low taxes and fees
• Improve and expand parks and trails as budgets allow; leverage volunteer effort
• Support acquisition and development of a self-sustaining cemetery
• Strong believer in individual property rights
• Explore ways to reduce water consumption by the city and residents
• Expand egovernment services for residents such as electronic billing and payment, social networks to communicate with residents, etc.
Legal background is helpful when considering legal issues that arise in municipal government
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Scot Poole – City Council
Scot Poole is CEO of Complete Natural Products, a global supplier of natural supplements.
During the year, Scot has been involved with the Fruit Heights Trail Committee in helping manage the trail clearing in Nicholls Hollow, with more than 2400 volunteer hours donated. He is a graduate of the University of Utah and a resident of Fruit Heights for more than 29 years.
Scot’s priorities as city councilman include:
1.Sound fiscal management and spending.
2.Wise planning for the future needs of Fruit Heights.
3.Improved communication and city services.
4.Greater citizen involvement.
Learn more at scotpoole.com.
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John Whitchurch – City Council
Raised in Utah. Graduated from the University of Utah. BSc - Business Finance.
22 years with AT&T. Managed Training, Contract Management, Personnel, Project Planning, Quality and Process Management to name a few. Retired in 2003.
36 years in US Reserves. Last 5 years on active duty as Deputy Director of Health for the Air Force Reserve. Retired in 2008.
Managed large numbers of people, multi-million dollar projects and other processes and projects that directly relate to city government.
Fiscal conservative - strongly believe that we need to keep Fruit Heights financially sound and keep taxes and fees as low as possible.