Milton chair race is rematch of '07

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Stacy Vogel
Friday, March 27, 2009
— Ryan Houfe will challenge incumbent Bryan Meyer for Milton town chairman in a rematch of the 2007 election.
Ryan Houfe

Address: 6104 E. County N, Milton.

Age: 26

Job: Sales coordinator at Generac Power Systems

Education: Graduated from Milton High School in 2001; bachelor's degree in social science from UW-Stevens Point, 2006.

Community service: None

Elected posts: None

Major campaign issue: "The town's budget is the issue today. With help from other board members and valuable input from the taxpayers, I vow to evaluate the cost effectiveness of all town expenditures. I will bring a positive, businesslike mindset to the board and always be prepared to run straightforward, efficient town meetings."

Bryan Meyer (I)

Address: 6025 N. Kennedy Road, Milton.

Age: 49

Job: Owner of Meyer's Farm Market

Education: Associate degree in electronics engineering from Herzing College, Madison, 1987.

Community service: Agribusiness Council of Rock County Board; Milton Area Chamber of Commerce, Industry & Tourism Board; Milton FFA Alumni; project leader for Consolidated 4-H.

Elected posts: Milton town chairman, 2005-09.

Major campaign issue: "We're finishing up the Smart Growth plan. We're approaching the middle of intergovernmental/boundary agreement discussions with the city. Other major issues include addressing the Milton Joint Fire Station and road maintenance."

Last updated: 9:47 am Thursday, December 13, 2012

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