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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 06/13/12
Carl Beauvais seekingLongtime area resident and businessman Carl Beauvais recently announced his campaign for the office of Bruce Township Supervisor.
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He will run as a Republican during the Aug. 7 primary election.Beauvais said his management experience of 25-plus years in the healthcare industry, combined with his ongoing attendance at the township meetings, gives him the experience and knowledge necessary to perform the job requirements of the position.
Beauvais is a FHA-VA government insurer with Flagstar Bank and serves as president of the Sorrel Woods homeowner's association and secretary for the Men's Auxiliary of the VFW post in Romeo.
He earned a bachelor's degree in business management from San Diego State University and has been an area resident for the past 22 years.
Beauvais, 58, and his wife, Debra, are the parents of two grown children. She serves as the treasurer for the Romeo District Library.
Beauvais said he is an independent leader, committed to the residents of Bruce and aware of the need for team-building on the Township Board.
"While out in the community, I listen to the residents on what their priorities are," he said. "It's easy for those running for office to promise not to raise taxes, or to fix the roads. What is truly important is discovering what the residents want."
"We need to support our surrounding communities, utilize opportunities presented to us by working with them and ensure that all parties are treated equally in these relationships," he continued.