Westland council candidates talk issues, representing people

A group of 12 individuals are running for 4 seats on Westland City Council. 

Voters will pare the team down to 8 in the Aug. 3 primary election. The top rated eight will shift on to November’s election. Council is a non-partisan governing board. 

Once a new board is seated, associates pick out a council president and president professional tem from among on their own. Every year, the president makes $18,247, the president pro tem makes $17,802 and the other members are paid $17,368.

Angela Anderson also submitted to run, but is not actively campaigning for the reason that she strategies to shift out of Westland. 

Hometown Daily life despatched questionnaires to every single of the candidates trying to find details on their backgrounds and platforms. Just about every question was offered a word limit, and answers exceeding that limit ended up minimize shorter.

This is exactly where candidates stand on issues facing the metropolis:

What do you see as the most urgent challenge facing Westland? What will you do about it?