Part-time chairman or dedicated chairman
Joel Bartel said in his Waupaca County Post interview last week that he plans to change the meeting times so he can make them as he works full time.
However, when Dale Trinrud rescheduled the 2011 budget workshop to meet then-supervisor Bartel’s work schedule, as Bartel requested, Bartel still missed that meeting. How can we believe he will do anything different?
Caroline Murphy has an eight-year history of faithful, timely and dedicated service to the residents of Farmington.
Murphy was asked to fill the town chairman’s position in December 2016. She knew that both the acting chairman, Kevin Will, was resigning and the town clerk-treasurer was retiring, yet she stepped up to the plate.
She knew the township was in need of continuity to lead the Town Board through this major change in leadership.
Her leadership ensured the February 2017 primary election still went off without a hitch. She has continued to put in 50 to 60 hours a week digging into all the Town Hall files to fully educate herself on every aspect of the clerk-treasurer’s and chairman’s responsibilities. She has ensured that local, county, state and federal reports were completed on time and without error.
Caroline is a very detailed, dedicated and strong leader who fully understands that service means personal sacrifice on the chairman’s part to fully service the residents in the Town of Farmington. We need a person that has the time, talent, experience and selflessness to lead Farmington.
Do we want a part-time chairman or a full-time dedicated Leader.
By Art Hill Jr.