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Interview: Councilperson Gregory J. Kucera Jr. of Clawson (video)

ScottWrightadTOPCandidate Interview: gardenfreshADCouncilperson Gregory J. Kucera Jr. of Clawson (video)

(C. Proxmire, Sept. 27, 2015)

CLAWSON, MI – Gregory J. Kucera Jr. is following in his father’s footsteps as he works towards being re-elected to Clawson City Council. The retired technical illustrator grew up in Clawson and spent most of his life in the “little city with a big heart,” learning from his father who owned a dairy bar and was involved in local politics.

Kucera was first elected four years ago with a platform of business development, and he’s proud to have helped streamline the process of opening a business in the city and council’s decision to seed5977Cyndi Rhuland Peltonenbring in an employee dedicated to economic development.

In his interview with oc115, Councilperson Kucera also talked about crosswalks, parks, regulations on business appearance, and shared a bit about the life-cycle of parking projects that the city has attempted over the years. He also spoke about his involvement with the Lions Club, American Legion and the Eagles.

On November 3, 2015 voters will see three names on the ballot for City Council, with the option of selecting two. Incumbent Howie Airress is seeking re-election, and newcomer Matthew Ulbrich is also running.

Mayor Penny Leubs is on the ballot unopposed.

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

Howie Airress (scheduled)

Matthew Ulbrich (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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