Ted Mueller seeks post on the Concord board
CONCORD -- Incumbents Ted Mueller and Lloyd Zastrow will face challenges in the April election for their positions on the Concord Town Board from Erick Frommgen and Dennis Stair.
The Daily Times profiled several of the candidates Monday, but received information from Mueller after that date of publication due to the fact Mueller had been out of town. Mueller’s information runs here.
He lives at W2117 Northside Drive, Watertown and has resided there 38 years. He is seeking the position, once again, of town supervisor. He is married to wife Becky. He has an associate’s degree in Agricultural Equipment Technologies and his previous political experience includes his service to the Concord Town Board the past six years. He is a self-employed farmer and is a part-time truck driver at Andy’s Excavations.
His statement of candidacy reads:
“I have been honored to serve the township of Concord for the last six years as a supervisor.
“I have shown great dedication to this position by not missing a regular monthly meeting within those six years.
“I have lived in Jefferson County all 41 years of my life and have lived in the township of Concord for 38 years.
“I am for a rural township while protecting landowners’ rights. I always look to responsibly spend your tax dollars in the best possible ways and look forward to serving the people of the township of Concord for another two years.”