Residents in Rose Township will decide who is on the Rose Township Board of Trustee at the Nov. 3 general election.
Dianne Scheib-Snider, the Republican incumbent supervisor, Debbie Miller, the Republican incumbent clerk and Paul Gambka, the Republican incumbent treasurer are running uncontested.
Glen Noble, the Republican incumbent seeks reelection for trustee. Also running for trustee is Republican Patricia Wells and William McDonald Sr., who listed no party affiliation with the Oakland County Clerk’s Office.
Voters will be asked to vote for two trustees.
Residency: Rose Township
Occupation: Retired civil/structural engineer
As a 21-year resident of Rose Township, I have been involved in numerous issues impacting the Township land owners: defeat of mobile home park development; review of pipelines, planning and zoning issues; planning and zoning activities to protect existing landowners; maintain agriculture and rural conditions and limit low-density developments; improve gravel road intersections at paved county roads and control expansion of Township operations.
Residency: Rose Township resident 45 years
I have lived in Rose Township for 45 years where I worked as recording secretary and deputy clerk from early ‘80s until 2008. As I have attended all meetings, it gives me a vast knowledge of the history of the township. I am well respected among my peers and am known for my level head and generous nature. Deputy clerk duties included the Qualified Voter File, payroll, accounts payable and records. I currently serve as the recording secretary of NOCFA and Board of Review. Volunteer work includes roadside clean up, cleanup day, park projects and historical endeavors. I would be honored to work with Ms. Sheib-Snider, Mrs. Stouffer, Mr. Gambka and Mr. Mann to better serve our community.
William McDonald Sr.
No party affiliation
Rose Township Board of Trustees