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Hamilton County, OH November 6, 2001 Election
Member Council; Village of North Bend Voter Information

4 Year Term.

a statutory village

Results as of Nov 21 12:55pm
Candidates (Vote for 4)
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Jim Rolfes 181 votes 19.38%

  • Occupation: Retired Business Executive
  • Forner Executive Firstar Corporation
  • Former Trustee Thomas More College
  • Apply professional management techiques in running the Village
  • Reveiw option to capitalize on the history of the Village
  • To secure total value for tax dollars spent
Sheryl Fiester Ross 180 votes 19.27%
  • Occupation: Career Counselor/ Human Resource Consultant
  • Education: BA Univ of IL; M.Ed. UC; M.B.A. Xavier Univ.
  • Member Western Economic Council
  • Member Citizen Action Panel for Miami Township
  • Board Member Hamilton County Republican Club
  • 35 Year Resident Western Hamilton County
  • 20 Year Business Administrator/ HR professional in private industry
  • To make certain development plans - preserve unique character of village
  • To investigate ways to preserve green space and develop parks
  • To attract desirable economic development
Doug Seifert 161 votes 17.24%
  • Occupation: Banquet & Catering Manager
  • Education: Business Administration (Finance) Bachelor's Degree
  • Currently holds position as chairman of Ducks Unlimited.
  • This Organization works diligently to preserve conservation and I heartedly support this group.
  • I am comfortable working with both large and small groups of people, and feel qualified as a leader.
  • Developing community involvement
  • Controlled land development
  • Traffic control and safety
Ken Albu 124 votes 13.28%
Bill Kane 107 votes 11.46%
  • Occupation: Certified Public Accountant
  • Education: Honors Graduate, Xavier University, BSBA
  • Served 8 yrs as Council Member and Vice Mayor.
  • Brought North Bend from brink of bankruptcy to a surplus while reducing property taxes by 9 mils.
  • Reorganized Police and Fire Protection and we now have one of the lowest crime rates in the county.
  • To continue to safeguard the financial resources of the Village.
  • To maintain the existing high levels of police and fire protection.
  • To ensure the orderly management of growth.
Kenneth M. Gross 102 votes 10.92%
Garry L. Guard 79 votes 8.46%

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