Susan Walters-Steinacker is one of five candidates competing for four open seats on the . Follow Brighton Patch this week as we introduce all of candidates.
Husband, Phil; Empty nesters with 10 grown daughters (three are city residents) and 13 grand children. Currently four generations are city residents.
Attended college and studied nursing, business, sales and marketing.
Legal assistant for an attorney in South Lyon.
For the American Red Cross, I am a CPR, First-Aid, Blood Bourne Pathogens, Water Safety, Safe at-home Instructor and Blood drive volunteer. I am involved with Day of Caring, Community Connect, Job Fair and the Allocations Committee for United Way. I am also a volunteer puppy raiser for Leader Dog for the Blind, a Balloon Fest volunteer and a member of Casual Quilters.
Why are you running?
I want to make the city goverment 100 percent transparent to its taxpayers. I also want the residential areas receive equal staff time and tax dollars as the downtown business area.
Are there any changes you wish to make?
Yes, to have council approve a ballot entry for the formation of a charter commission to update the December 5, 1955 city charter and to have all council members, city boards, commissions, authorities and city staff members follow the "laws" of the city charter.