RI Fifth Ward: Anthony Heddlesten


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Originally Posted Online: March 30, 2013, 6:40 pm
Last Updated: April 08, 2013, 5:31 pm
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NAME: Anthony Heddlesten
AGE: 27
ADDRESS: Rock Island
OCCUPATION: Civil/Environmental Engineer at the US Army Corps of Engineers
FAMILY Wife, Kyla
EDUCATION: B.S., civil and environmental engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison (including several courses in urban planning); Working on an M.S. in sustainability in environmental engineering and science at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
POLITICAL PARTY: Nonpartisan
OFFICE SOUGHT: 5th Ward Alderman, Rock Island
PRIOR OFFICE: No elective office
WHY RUNNING: As a member of Neighborhood Partners and Broadway Histortic Association, this is the best way for me to grow my ability to give back to the community.
KEY ISSUE: Connectivity — I want to develop a neighborhood ambassadors program to better involve residents in their city government. I also want to create a program to allow city employees to provide feedback on how to improve our city. The combination of both will bring Rock Island to the front of the pack.
COMMENTS: I can't really explain all that I want to do in 25 or 50 words, but I encourage everyone to visit my website www.anthony4ward5.wordpress.com to let me know what they want me to do, what others have already requested and the way I want to combine everyone's ideas together to grow our community.




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