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The counties included in the voters guide for the Nov. 5, 2019 elections are: Montgomery, Warren, Miami, Greene, Clark, Champaign, and Butler.

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Jamestown Council

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  • Joel Armlovich

  • Herbert Crosswhite

  • Jonathan D. Smith

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What are the biggest problems facing the community? What do you propose doing to tackle these challenges?

What makes you qualified for this job? What experience do you have to make good and informed decisions?

What can you do if elected to help grow the local economy and add jobs? What ideas do you have for attracting new jobs and investment?

What would you do if elected to make life better for residents?

What other information do you want voters to have about you?

Experience 24 years as a Senior Telecoms Engineer at Reed Elsevier Technology Services/LexisNexis. I manage the day to day network operations in the Network Operations Center. I have been a resident of Jamestown since 1994. I am married to Lee Armlovich; father to Levi, John, and Jacob. Attended State University of New York at Buffalo. Served in the USAF in US, Europe, Middle East.
Economic growth within the village. Many of the village's business have left over the last few years. I want to encourage entrepreneurship by allowing people to plan and use their private property for their own individual economic development, within reason and neighborhood norms. I would encourage residents to discuss their plans with their neighbors, and to bring their issues before the Village Council for arbitration when necessary. I would also like to see the village continue to make street and curb improvements in a fiscally responsible manner.
I raised my sons in this community and watched the changes evolve across the last 25 years. I attend nearly all the village council meetings to keep tabs on village activities from the council's point of view. I was the Scoutmaster for the Jamestown troop as my children went through scouts. I've restarted the local Boy Scout troop again and am Scoutmaster once more. Through this interaction with the youth in Jamestown I maintain a contact with the concerns of the upcoming generation and parents currently raising kids in the village. Both my wife and I are friends with many of the teachers in Greeneview. My wife substitutes in the school system. Through this contact I maintain a current view of life in our school system.
I want to encourage entrepreneurship by allowing people to plan and use their private property for their own individual economic development, within reason and neighborhood norms. I would encourage residents to discuss their plans with their neighbors, and to bring their issues before the Village Council for arbitration when necessary.
Watch for and highlight opportunities for the community, bringing to the council the concerns expressed by my contacts with parents, teachers, and folks I meet in my walks through the community each night. Be there when needed.
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