Wymer said he will accomplish this by implementing the 10 planks of his campaign platform: An immediate 10 percent cut in the township budget without affecting services or public safety; a complete examination of the budget and cuts to any area beyond 10 percent that can be done without affecting servicesÊor public safety; a direct line of communication between the trusteeÕs office and the constituent; participation in the planning process for the future of Brown Township, Brownsburg, and Hendricks County; the development of a real strategy to encourage, monitor, and plan for growth in the community; no nepotism in Brown Township government; complete transparency in Brown Township government; access to the township trustee through direct phone calls, e-mail, or coming into the office for a discussion about what concerns the taxpayer; create a coordinated community effort that will partner with private businesses to develop green space and parks; and develop a cooperative team approach to community development with Lincoln Township and the Town of Brownsburg.
Wymer can be contacted at www.wymer2010.com, Facebook, and Twitter.
CENTER TWP. TRUSTEE
Judy White Ñ R
I have had the pleasure of performing the duties of the trustee for the last 21 years Ñ 14 years as assistant and chief deputy and seven years as trustee.
My accomplishments and responsibilities include a flawless auditing record by the state board of accounts, providing fire protection, financial management of the Center Township/Danville Ambulance Service, and assisting low income families. In addition, I care for and maintain seven cemeteries.
I graduated from Danville High School in 1958 and worked in the cashierÕs office for Indiana Bell Telephone Company for 18 months. I then managed the Railway Express Agency in Danville from my home for 12 years.
My husband, Ken, and I were married May 10, 1959. Our sons, Rick and Randy, both graduated from Danville High School. Rick graduated from West Point in 1984 and is the defense attachŽ at the American Embassy in New Delhi, India. He and his wife have two children. Randy graduated from Ashland University and is director for the southern area at Tanzania Truck Lines in Atlanta, Ga. He and his wife also have two children.