Interview: Amy Aubry Candidate for Hazel Park City Council (video)

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(C. Proxmire, October 13, 2015)

Among the six candidates running for four seats on Hazel Park’s City Council is political newcomer Amy Aubry. Aubry grew up in Clawson, but when it came time to buy her first home she chose Hazel Park because of its affordability.

After getting involved in issues around dog licensing and the animal shelter, Aubry found ways that she wants to make a difference in Hazel Park’s government. Her education is in POWELLad_01public administration and she is a legislative researcher at the county level. “Policies and procedures is kind of my thing,” she said.

Some of the things she would like to work on are improving meeting agendas, putting council meetings online, improving communication and social media, continuing business development in the city, working with landlords to improve properties and licensing, increasing recycling, and making the animal shelter the best it can be.

On the ballot for Nov. 3 are incumbents Jeffrey Keeton, Andy LeCrueaux, Tom Selman and Michael Webb, plus Aubry and Alissa Sullivan. Voters can choose up to four.

Mayor Jan Parisi is on the ballot unopposed.

Check out the interview with Amy Aubry below:

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

Amy Aubry (click here for interview)

Jeffrey Keeton (coming soon)

Andy LeCrueaux (click here for interview)

Tom Selman (coming soon)

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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