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Woodbury Councilman Paul Rebholz: Our Best is Yet to Come

Paul Rebholz is seeking his third term on the Woodbury City Council this fall.

By now you know you the news. Woodbury was ranked as the 11th best place to live by Money Magazine in its annual survey this summer.

It’s not the first time we made this list. And it’s not an accident.

Comprehensive planning, financial discipline, and stable, consistent management and leadership from elected officials and staff play a crucial role in the community we call home.

Bielenberg, Currell, Wolterstorff, Guider, Pouliot, Lacina, Johnson, Hargis—streets and community assets, yes; but more importantly people who paved the Woodbury we enjoy today, mentoring people in the process.

I was first elected to the Woodbury City Council in November 2004, and re-elected in November 2008. My wife and I have called Woodbury home for 20 years—raising our two sons in this award winning community.

During this time, I’ve been an active volunteer and board member with such successful organizations as Woodbury Days (1996); the Woodbury Chamber of Commerce (1996-2002); the Economic Development Commission of the City (1998-2004); the Washington County HRA (2002-2004); UW River Falls Foundation (1998-2007); Woodbury Lions Club (2008-Present); Saint Ambrose Catholic Church and School (1998-Present); and coaching WAA football and baseball (1998-Present).

On the Council, I have served as mayor pro-tem since January 2007, including one month as acting mayor in August 2008. I am chair of the city’s Audit and Investment Commission, a position I’ve held since we formed the group in 2009. I chaired the Commercial Comprehensive Planning Group (2005-2006); was council liaison on the Comprehensive Plan Task Force (2008-2010); and recently chaired the Eagle Valley Golf Task Force (2012).

In November 2004, 2008 and today my emphasis was, is, and will be: investing in our community assets, managing growth consistent with our comprehensive plan, providing financial discipline, and economic development.

As we begin the next stage in Woodbury’s awesome history, our three guiding principles—comprehensive planning, financial discipline, and consistent leadership—remain more important than ever.

If you have questions please email me at woodbury.rebholz@gmail.com or visit my campaign page on Faceboook.

Thank you for your support, encouragement, and vote during my eight years on the Woodbury City Council.

Please vote Rebholz 4 Woodbury on Nov. 6. Our best really is yet to come!

 

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Skippy A October 13, 2012 at 02:04 PM
Paul is a good family man, great advocate for our community! Please vote and continue the healthy progress he continues to bring to the community.

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