Editor’s note: As the election draws near, the residents in Huron Township would like to hear more about each candidate that is running for office or reelection.
Back in April, I invited every person running in Huron the chance to use the Huron Hub as a platform to get their voice heard.
Readers can access previously published candidate letters HERE. Make sure to scroll down to view all submissions.
A personal message from David Glaab, Huron Township supervisor:
As a lifelong Huron Township resident, I am proud of my family heritage dating back 140 years in our great community. I am also proud of my lifetime of service to our community. As your Supervisor, I have worked hard serving you in difficult times.
The past four years have been challenging, however we have accomplished many things to help move our township forward. We have protected hardworking taxpayers with responsible budgeting while still providing our residents the best possible core services.
I am committed to making Huron Township a better place to live, work and play. I pledge to lead our community with honesty, integrity and common sense. It would be an honor and privilege to continue to serve as your Supervisor. Better days are ahead. I welcome and appreciate your support.
About Your Supervisor
Supervisor: 1998-2000, 2012-2016/ Trustee 2002-2012
New Boston Business Owner: 26 Years
Board Member, Past Chairman – Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG):
- Executive Board Member
- Delegate – Regional Clearinghouse Review Committee
- Delegate – Transportation Coordinating Council
Downriver Community Conference (DCC) – Secretary/Treasurer
St. Stephen Catholic Church – Lector, Council Member
Detroit College of Law. – J.D. Cum Laude
Purdue University – BA, Distinguished Student Status
Lifetime NRA Member with an A+ Rating
Member – Ducks Unlimited
Member – Board of Canvassers Huron School District
Huron School District – Advisory Committee Member
Junior Achievement High School Instructor