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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 07/04/12
Harold Miller announces runHarold Miller, a 37-year resident of Washington Township, announced he is running for a position on the Washington Township Board of Trustees.
for Washington board
Miller was born and raised on a small farm in Barbourville, Ky. and moved to Macomb County in 1959. He is married to Marie, his wife of 50 years, and has two children and six grandchildren. He attends Stoney Creek Church.
He is a current member of the Washington Township Planning Commission, a past Washington Township trustee, and served on a number of township boards such as the Zoning Board of Appeals, Assessing Board of Review, Weed Inspector (voluntary/unpaid), Dangerous Building Hearing Officer, Building Board of Appeals and Cable Committee. He is a member of the Lions Club, the North Macomb Republican Party and a Delegate for Precinct 3.
His professional experience includes a 26-year career at Macomb Community College as a carpenter and superintendent of Plant Operations. He was the president and owner of Lifetime Corporation, a building-construction company, and he developed Miller Road at the township's north end.
His plan for serving the community includes keeping taxes in check, attracting and keeping small businesses, providing residents with quality service and maintaining good relationships with our neighboring communities.
"I truly enjoy my work with the township, and I feel it gives me a chance to give back to the community," he said.