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2017 Candidate Interview: Huntington Woods Commissioner Joe Rozell

2017 Candidate Interview: Huntington Woods Commissioner Joe Rozell

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Aug. 9, 2017)

Huntington Woods, MI – Huntington Woods City Commissioner Joe Rozell is running for re-election on the Nov. 7 ballot. There are two seats available and three candidates. Incumbent Jules Olsman is also running, as well as David Sloan.

Rozell is currently serving a two year partial term.  Prior to that he served on the Zoning Board for six years.  Before that he served on the Planning Commission for six years.  His professional background is in local government.  He has a Masters in Public Administration from Oakland University and he works for the Oakland County Clerk’s Office.  He also is an adjunct professor at Oakland University where he teaches government budgeting and accounting.

In his interview Rozell talked about having run on a platform of improving communications, and the successes the Commission has had in the past two years.  Among the improvements have been a series of meetings about communications, adding Nixle and Dial my Calls services, regular city e blasts and starting a TV program called “Commissioner Corner” where he interviews various guests about their roles in the community.

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