THE LAKE 940 AUDIO: Robert Miller, candidate for re-election for the Town of Webster Board of Selectmen, sat down with Mike Roberts to tell residents who he is, what his goals are for Webster in the next 3 years and why he thinks you should vote for him on Monday, May 6th.
Listen to the interview:
Name: Robert J. Miller
Age: Just turned 68
Address: 18 Pebble Beach Road, Webster
Family: Wife; Iwona, 2 boys, 2 girls, 4 grandchildren
Years in town: All my life
Education: Attended Bartlett, Graduated New England Institute in Boston
Occupation: Funeral Service
Municipal experience: Finance committee, & past chairman, Board of Selectmen past chair 4 times, currently serve with A.D.A. Commission
Civic involvement: Board of Directors of Southern Worcester County Visiting Nurses, Board of Directors and past chairman, past president Nipmuc Water Ski Club & member, Webster Lodge of Masons, 32 degree (Boston, & Worcester, Shriner, Sword of Bunker Hill degree, Titanic Historical Society, Divco Truck Assoc.
Fun fact about yourself: I enjoy being home with family, Very Dry sense of humor, enjoy Webster History, satisfaction of trying to help others, Time on my boat.
Favorite thing about Webster: History, of course the Lake, my family has been on the Lake for 6 generations (Now)
Why did you decide to run for this position? The need to reach out to people that have questions or concerns, to point them in the right direction without stepping on someone else’s toes.
What issues facing the Board do you feel you can contribute most to?
The water situation was something that I had brought out (at Public Meeting several years ago, would like to follow through the process that has already started. Communication. A more business friendly town, easier process & direction for new business. Just to name a few things.
What experience do you bring to the table that can be most beneficial?
Knowledge of how the process works, and sometimes does Not work.
Why should Webster vote for you on May 6th
Most people who know me and my family, know that I am honest and truthful,(some may not like that) a life- long resident, and know that if they have a problem, they can get ahold of me 24/7.
I try to be their voice (whenever possible) and relay that to the proper departments. Policy is what the Board of Selectmen is supposed to set and follow, and Yes, sometimes I get a little carried away, but people that really know me feel that they can count on me.
So Humbly, I ask for their Vote on Monday, May 6th
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