Fred 'Fritz' Scherz Jr. for Verona Town Board

To the voters in Verona:

My name is Fritz Scherz, and I am running for Councilman on the Verona Town Board. I have lived in Verona all my life and am proud to be a resident along with my family. Over the past few months as I've gone around the Town of Verona to talk with residents, I've heard from quite a few that they'd like it to be easier to access government information. I've previously suggested that town board minutes be posted on the town's website (as other local governments have done on their websites). I'd like to move forward with this, as I feel it's important that public information be easily accessible. I've also heard from some residents that they don't always feel like their concerns are fully listened to. I want all residents in the Town of Verona to know that if I'm fortunate enough to be elected to the Verona Town Board, that I will always welcome their concerns, suggestions, and feedback.

Wherever I've been employed or volunteered, I've always taken pride in my work, delivered results (independently and/or collaboratively), and have been someone that my colleagues could rely on. With that in mind, I offer the following summary below for Town of Verona residents to consider when voting. More detailed information can be found on my Web site, voteforfritz.com.

Work experience in the community

Maple Lawn Dairy Farm, supervisor; Office of the New York State Comptroller, professional training specialist; New York State Office of Mental Health, senior personnel administrator; Office of the New York State Comptroller, supervisor of desktop publishing unit; New York State Office of Homeland Security, senior administrative analyst; Morrisville State College - Norwich Campus, adjunct professor

Professional recognition

Employee Recognition Award at Office of the New York State Comptroller (OSC) for "Excellence in Developing a Series of Training Sessions Covering Technology Topics."

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