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    Connie Miller

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Experience I served on the Charter Review Committee. We offered suggestions to council on updating the village charter and several needed changes were approved by voters. I also serve on the Planning Commission for the village.
Education Ohio University
The infrastructure in the village is aging. The current council has made repairing roads and other infrastructure a priority. We need to continue to focus on this. A renewed relationship with the merchant community also needs to be a priority. Many changes in ownership of buildings have occurred creating a new environment on Main St. We need to communicate well with the merchants and the community to be sure we maintain the small town feel of Waynesville.
I have a degree in business and successfully operated my own business for many years. I have budgeting and customer relation skills that I think will translate well into a local government environment. Serving on the Planning Commission has given me an inside look at how projects are accomplished through local government and allowed me to work with the current council members on projects such as the new library addition, new fire station and the school building project.
Waynesville is very fortunate to have many small businesses, including banks, restaurants, a grocery and many unique businesses that serve a tourist trade as well as the village residents. Keeping Waynesville attractive to small business and keeping a balance between the needs of the residents and the merchants is key.
Besides continuing improvement of the infrastructure I would like to renew focus on what makes Waynesville a unique place to live. We have wonderful people in Waynesville and we need to find new ways for Village Council to be visible to residents and communicate with the citizens about their concerns.
Thirty seven years ago I married a Waynesville native. In those years I have discovered how special Waynesville and it's people are. I am proud to live on Main St. Waynesville is truly the best America has to offer.