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2016 Candidate Interview Ryan Shiel for Holly Village Council

GallowayCollensTOPsunsetREVISEDdaytrip_to_holly_top-general2016 Candidate Interview Ryan Shiel for Holly Village Council

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 15, 2016)daytrip_books_past_tense

Holly, MI –  In the race for Village of Holly Council there are six candidates running for three open seats.  Ryan Shiel will be on the nonpartisan ballot along with Robert Allsop, Pauline Kenner, Debra Musgrave, Calvin Steele and Buster Winebrenner.

Shiel grew up in Holly and does landscaping work.  When asked why he is running for Council, Shiel said “to hopefully make a better difference and be more involved in my community that I love very much.  And hopefully to make a positive difference in the way government is run, hopefully be more efficient and more transparent with things – and hopefully not cause too much trouble.”

In his interview with oc115, Shiel talked about his connections in the Holly community, including volunteering for the car show, the Dickens Festival and the Parks Commission.  He said that he would “listen to people and not have my own agenda,” and “treat people like family.”

Check out our Elections Section  for other candidate interviews, or use the search bar at the top to find stories for your community.

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This post will be updated with the links to the interviews of other candidates as they become available.

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