Candidate Interview: Andy LeCureaux, Hazel Park Councilperson (video)

waterworkTOP_whiteCandidate Interview: dinos02sidelogo3Andy LeCureaux, Hazel Park Councilperson (video)

(C. Proxmire, October 7, 2015)

It’s been 14 years since Hazel Parker Andy LeCrueaux was first elected to serve on City Council, and he’s asking for the public’s vote again. The entire City Council is up for re-election at the same time – with Election Day being Nov. 3, 2015. Incumbents Jeffrey Keeton, Andy LeCrueaux, Tom Selman, and Michael Webb are up for re-election. And there are also two political newcomers: Amy Aubrey and Alissa Sullivan.

LeCrueaux is an appliance repair person who also earned Certified Public Management ferncareADDesignation from Saginaw Valley State University. He got involved in local politics after his daughter noticed him getting frustrated with a City Council meeting on the television, and commented that if he were up there he would do things right.

Fourteen years later LeCrueaux says he and fellow Councilmembers have weathered economic challenges and are excited for the increased interest in the city. “Things are just getting rolling,” he said.

In his interview with oc115, Councilperson LeCrueaux talked about new developments, relations with the school district, his experiences in Hazel Park, the importance of city staff, and giving the key to the city to Tommy Chong.

While there is competition on the City Council, Hazel Park Mayor Janice Parisi is running unopposed.

Check out Councilperson LeCrueaux’s interview below:

Also check out our Elections Section.sidebar012stairs

All candidates are invited to do an interview. Below are links or updates for the other candidates:

Amy Aubry (coming soon)

Jeffrey Keeton (coming soon)

Andy LeCrueaux (coming soon)

Tom Selman (scheduled)

Alissa Sullivan (click here for interview)

Michael Webb (declined, stating “I don’t do interviews”)

Mayor Jan Parisi (click here for interview)

Please note that the oc115 does not endorse any political candidates. Nor are statements made by candidates in this video series fact-checked. This series is an attempt at introducing oc115 readers to as many candidates in Oakland County as possible and we are doing our best to make sure that each candidate has an opportunity.


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