Name: Bryce Bond
Office desired: Milton: Township Trustee
Occupation: Product Development Manager
Education: Graduate of Mineral Ridge HS, Attended YSU
Qualifications: In my current position as Product Development Manager, I set realist goals, collaborate with others to develop a plan of action there by working to see products brought to market. My wife and I are 26-year residents our daughter graduated at JM HS.
What are your priorities for your community?
I will be enlisting our greatest resource which is our residents, ideas for creating a plan for how our community moves forward, by seeking input of our needs as well as a vision for Milton Township. In addition, I will be working to build a rapport with Mahoning County and State officials to assist us in building for the future of our township. Also, I will work to seek and obtain grants, which will help fund infrastructure and other projects.
For months I have been attending township meetings and am looking forward to keep progress occurring. I want to keep Milton Township a great place to call home and for us all to be proud of.
What policies, if any, will you support to promote diversity and inclusion in your community?
I support policies that promote a safe place to live and offers opportunities for all members of our community to thrive. Also I advocate for compliance with the existing laws and regulations where everyone is treated fairly and respectfully.
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