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Pair seek District 3 seat on Beloit Town Board

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Gazette staff
March 28, 2012
— Two candidates are seeking the District 3 seat on the Beloit Town Board.

Daniel J. Schreiber


Age: 61


Address: 701 E. Azalea Terrace, Beloit.


Job: Retired after 27 years as civil engineer technician for the city of Janesville.


Education: Graduated from Beloit Memorial High School in 1968


Community service: Chairman, Town of Beloit Parks Committee, 14 years; captain, Beloit Snappers volunteer team; Meals on Wheels; Festival on the Rock Committee; VetsRoll; Beloit Riverfest; Beloit International Film Festival; St. Vincent De Paul.


Elected posts: None


Why are you the best candidate? "I feel I am the best candidate because of my experience working with the town on the parks committee and Festival on the Rock.


I have participated in many town budget and planning meetings and attended workshops and board meetings over the last 14 years. I have been a town resident for 23 years and want to see the town grow and prosper."


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Diane M. Greenlee


Age: 64


Address: 631 E. Holly Road, Beloit.


Job: Display sales account executive at CSI Media for more than 20 years.


Education: Graduated from Beloit Catholic High School in 1965.


Community service: Former president of city of Beloit Police and Fire Commission.


Elected posts: None


Why are you the best candidate? "As a lifelong Beloiter, as a former resident of the city, and now as a resident of the township, I feel I am uniquely qualified to serve with a clear focus and commitment to what is in the best interest of all the citizens.


My experience with municipal government as a police and fire commissioner has provided insight into the workings of a governmental body, as well as the operation of both these major departments. It has always been my practice to research and examine the issues before making decisions. Communication among departments, the board and citizens is of prime importance.


"I am determined to serve with dedication, integrity and common sense."



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