Running for City Council Place 1 of Fate is Kerry Wiemokly.

Wiemokly has been married for 16 years, and is a father of two children, ages 10 and 14.

The company he works for relocated him and his family over three years ago to Fate. He is the director of graphic technology for an international company. In his current position, he oversees the commercial manufacturing divisions in the US and Canada.

During the relocation process, they visited a number of different towns, but felt a bond with Fate, and chose to move there for a number of reasons: excellent schools, fast-growing area, friendly people, and a town that has a sense of pride and community.

Since living in Fate, Wiemokly has organized a food drive. With the help of some wonderful neighbors, it is now an annual event that benefits our local Helping Hands.

Wiemokly takes pride in his home, neighborhood and community.

He wants to keep Fate a safe place in which people want to live, raise their family and retire. These are some of the reasons that Wiemokly is running for city council.

He wants to be a new voice for our community, and the voice of Fate citizens who have issues and concerns. “I want to help our community to continue to move and grow in the rights direction,” he said.

If elected, he will work on bringing a diversified tax base to Fate, rather than the residents carrying the burden. He will work on introducing more retail business to Fate. One of these areas is the commercial property along I-30.

Wiemokly says he will do what he can to help current projects move forward and to solicit the interest of developers and business organizations. All of this will help fund sidewalks and road improvements in areas of Fate that are in need of repair or improving sections that are safety concerns.

Wiemokly also wants it to be known that he does not support nor does he believe that the current ordinance in Fate concerning fire suppression systems for residential homes, which is currently set for any new home 6,000 square feet and larger, needs to be amended to 1,000 square feet and up. “This does nothing for the growth nor development of our community and all this issue has done is divide our community and possibly our city council,” he said.Running for City Council Place 1 of Fate is Kerry Wiemokly.

Wiemokly has been married for 16 years, and is a father of two children, ages 10 and 14.

The company he works for relocated him and his family over three years ago to Fate. He is the director of graphic technology for an international company. In his current position, he oversees the commercial manufacturing divisions in the US and Canada.

During the relocation process, they visited a number of different towns, but felt a bond with Fate, and chose to move there for a number of reasons: excellent schools, fast-growing area, friendly people, and a town that has a sense of pride and community.

Since living in Fate, Wiemokly has organized a food drive. With the help of some wonderful neighbors, it is now an annual event that benefits our local Helping Hands.

Wiemokly takes pride in his home, neighborhood and community.

He wants to keep Fate a safe place in which people want to live, raise their family and retire. These are some of the reasons that Wiemokly is running for city council.

He wants to be a new voice for our community, and the voice of Fate citizens who have issues and concerns. “I want to help our community to continue to move and grow in the rights direction,” he said.

If elected, he will work on bringing a diversified tax base to Fate, rather than the residents carrying the burden. He will work on introducing more retail business to Fate. One of these areas is the commercial property along I-30.

Wiemokly says he will do what he can to help current projects move forward and to solicit the interest of developers and business organizations. All of this will help fund sidewalks and road improvements in areas of Fate that are in need of repair or improving sections that are safety concerns.

Wiemokly also wants it to be known that he does not support nor does he believe that the current ordinance in Fate concerning fire suppression systems for residential homes, which is currently set for any new home 6,000 square feet and larger, needs to be amended to 1,000 square feet and up. “This does nothing for the growth nor development of our community and all this issue has done is divide our community and possibly our city council,” he said.

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