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Hamilton County, OH November 2, 1999 Election
Trustee; Township of Whitewater

4 Year Term.

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Hubert E. Brown 390 votes 41.6%

  • Occupation: Electrician
  • Education: 1972 Univ. of Cinti. MA Lib Arts
  • I have served as township trustee for the last four years.
  • I am a community activist working with residents on several issues that affect our township.
  • Quality of life in Whitewater township, controlling urban sprawl.
  • public safety, fire and police protection
  • low taxes
Robert H. Grauvogel 284 votes 30.3%
  • Occupation: Assistant Assignment Commissioner (Hamilton Co.)
  • Community: Whitewater Township
  • Education: BBA 1972 Univ. of Cincinnati
  • Past Trustee
  • 26 years managerial experience including budgets, payroll, personnel management
  • Currently Clerk of the Western Joint Ambulance District
  • President of Harrison Soccer Assoc. Involved in Community Activities and desire to serve the community
  • Planned and controlled economic growth and development, but preserving rural setting
  • Water and sewer at an affordable level for all residents
  • Maintain and strengthen community services such as Fire, Police, Adult and Youth Programs
Jean Sherman 264 votes 28.1%

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