In order to inform the public of your choices on the primary ballot, the “I Love Coalville” website has invited all candidates for Coalville City office to send us information they want the public to know about them and why they are running.  Brandon Brady responded to our invitation, so he is the next to be featured in this series.  Hopefully we will have an opportunity to hear from the other candidates as well!!!

Here is what Brandon would like you to know:

Brandon Brady
For City Council
For all of those that don’t know me, here is a little bit about me and what I can offer as a Coalville City Councilmember.  I am a professional civil engineer that has worked in local government for over 6 years with the Summit County Engineering Department.  In my time with the county I have dealt with everything from big commercial and housing developments, to small subdivisions with farmers.  I have also dealt with infrastructure, traffic, and code changes.  About 5 years ago my family and I started building our house here to put down roots.  We were drawn here because of the natural beauty and my wife’s family, the Aagards, use to run sheep up in this area.  I feel that Coalville is made up of people that where born and raised here and people that are drawn here because of the way of life, and that’s what I represent.  Fresh ideas coming in to protect what is already here, but also build on it.  I am pro property rights and feel that people should be able to do what they see fit with their property as long as it complies with local codes and does not adversely affect the health, safety, or welfare of those around them.  I am for responsible economic growth to allow incentives for businesses that provide more local jobs and for more density to developments if it makes housing more affordable.  Feel free to call, email, or text with any questions or to talk.

Be sure to click on these links to check out the other candidates who are featured in this series: Kelly Ovard – CouncilGibeon Robbins – Council, Louise Willoughby – Council, Steven Richins – Council