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I am married with 5 children, the author of the book Wildomar, and have lived in Wildomar for 31 years.
I have been your independent voice on the city council. As an engineer, I apply my analytical approach to issues before the city council, voting on the side of local control and fiscal conservancy.
Wildomar has remained solvent even though the state took money that belonged to us and despite the declining economy. I continue to support contract services, an important part of this success.
I advocate a small city government that retains some rural character (such as a trails network and equestrian uses). I consistently vote to require quality development.
As the city council, we are responsible for the “Wildomar of the Future”.
Looking to the future, parks and a community center are quality of life priorities for me as the money becomes available. As a former Lake Elsinore School Board Member, I hold higher education to be an important piece of our future. A college campus is needed somewhere in Wildomar.
I seek your support for my re-election to the Wildomar City Council in November 2012.
My name is Mitch Miller. I have been blessed with a beautiful wife and five children. I’d be honored to serve you. I have three major goals for this position. 1. Shift control of our schools from Lake Elsinore Unified to Murrieta Valley Unified School District. 2. Get our parks and recreation system up and running without an additional tax. 3. Help our hospital to be as competitive as possible.
I am not a politician. I am not perfect. I don’t know everything. But what I can tell you is that I work hard, learn fast and I am committed to making Wildomar a better place to live. I strive to esteem others as better than myself, I know how to listen and I also know how to ask for help.
Contact me at GoMitch@live.com, I look forward to hearing from you.
I love living in Wildomar! My family has lived here since 1998. My wonderful husband and I have been married for seventeen years and we have one son. All of us have been active in our community, including attending Cornerstone Community Church.
Wildomar still has a small town feel that is why I take my civic responsibilities seriously by volunteering for organizations such as the Wildomar Chamber of Commerce, Wildomar Cub Scouts, Wildomar Boy Scouts, Emergency Services Committee, Wildomar Community Council, Wildomar Parks Formation Committee, Elks Lodge, Wildomar Rotary Club, Friends For Wildomar Parks and Wildomar Incorporation Now (WIN).
Wildomar continues to build a strong financial foundation by living within our means and fighting to ensure your tax dollars stay local. Sacramento politicians have put Wildomar in a tough financial position which is why our City needs experienced council members to lead us through this time. I will continue to fight for balanced budgets and safe streets. Wildomar will thrive!
After being elected in 2008, and serving as Mayor in 2010, I was successful in bringing local grant money to Wildomar for safe routes to schools, emergency resources and road projects.
Please vote for Bridgette Moore for Re-Election!