I’ve had my eye on local and national politics and after years of listening and chatting to friends, family, neighbors, I realized often the focus is on national politics. It’s the local races that matter the most in getting items addressed and voters voices heard in the local area in which they live. Your local leaders make decisions on how to spend your taxpayer dollars, on various items from year to year, approve budgets and keep our local governments running as efficiently as they can.
The timing is right for me to run for County Council District 1. There is much turmoil and disconnect with local leaders and past policies that continue to plague the present community in moving forward in a civil manor that is good for Millcreek and Erie County residents.
Resolve and working together locally as a community to better Millcreek and Erie County is a goal, I’m hopeful to accomplish.
I started my journey in Millcreek in 2004 when I moved into Granada apartments on Kuntz Rd at 18 years old. I lived there a short time while attending Erie Institute of Technology to obtain my A.S in Computer/ Electronic Engineering Technology. Since graduating I have been a field service technician repairing various types of equipment in the entertainment, self-service, and healthcare industries.
I’m currently on my 3rd home in Millcreek and my wife, our 2 children and I are staying put in Millcreek.
I enjoy listening to people needs and helping them come to a solution to fix the issue whether in be on a piece equipment or on a procedure or policy.
Joel Natalie Show