Danville City Councilman Adam Tomer announced his bid for re-election today.
This is Adam Tomer’s statement that was released today…
“While I feel we have made some accomplishments during the past four years, I believe there is more work to do than has been done. I want to be part of a solution and not become a spectator. I will continue the fight to control utility rates and offer rate reductions or rebates when possible.
In the next four years, I will work to bring the high quality jobs that our citizens desperately need. I also believe as a city we need to do a better job of supporting local businesses and work to give them the incentives to grow.
The citizens can count on me to be the taxpayers’ friend while speaking out against wasteful spending and keeping taxes low. As we look to the future we must improve our image and make citizens believe in Danville again. We must tackle the challenges of crime and plight. It will not be easy but it must be done.
It has been the greatest honor and privilege to serve our citizens. I am thankful for the opportunity they gave me in 2006 and I ask once again for their support as we aim to improve our community.”
Tomer says that he will qualify his candidacy with the Danville registrar’s office early next week.