Meyer challenges Sukow in Farmington
FARMINGTON -- Kristi Meyer is challenging incumbent Bernice Sukow for the position of town treasurer in Farmington in the April election.
Meyer, W3103 Koschnick Road, Watertown, said she is excited to run for treasurer and looks forward to the opportunity to serve the people of Farmington.
Her statement of candidacy reads:
“I believe I have several valuable qualities including data integrity and attention to detail that I will bring to the position. I have dedicated 31 years of my professional career as clerical for the Madison schools.
“The top opportunity I see is to insure the systems are user friendly. I seek to simplify whenever possible to make the systems self-servicing. My extensive experience with the school district gives me the background to make this happen.
“Additionally, I will control costs whenever possible and listen to people’s concerns with the goal of supporting.
“My husband Wayne and I have been residents of Farmington since 2013. It’s a short drive to the town hall from where we live, around 5 miles. We have been blessed with three children. Justin our oldest is getting married this year. Ryan our middle child is going to school to be a police officer. Kelsi the youngest is graduating next year.
“Finally, I have energy and passion to serve. I can’t think of a better way to integrate my passion for people and my dedication to service than working as town treasurer for Farmington.
“I thank you for your vote.”
The Daily Times did not receive a reply to a questionnaire sent to Sukow.