Mudler will run for District 1 alderman
Bob Mudler announced he will be a candidate for District 1 Alderman on the Watertown City Council.
He is seeking the position currently held by Emily McFarland who announced in July that she will be a candidate for mayor in April’s municipal election. The mayor’s position will become vacant when the current mayor John David completes his second consecutive term in April of 2019.
Mudler says he shares the pro-development vision for Watertown that includes a redeveloped downtown including a green space/public square on the 100 block of West Main Street, a new and expanded public library and more private development along the Rock River.
Mudler is the president and chief audit officer for Total Waste Solutions Inc., where he operates as a consultant to help companies reduce their waste and recycling costs. He is also the owner of Fourth Corner, LLC, a property management company.
Mudler coached the Watertown freshman basketball team for four years and was an assistant coach with the Watertown Cross Country program for four years. He graduated from UW-Whitewater with a bachelor’s degree in communications and attended Watertown High School. He currently resides on Oak Park Avenue with his wife and three children.
To learn more about Mudler, visit his Facebook page at fb.me/mudler4alderman or @mudler4alderman.