What Do You Want To Ask Your Caledonia Trustee Candidates?
Caledonia elections are heating up and there are four seats on the Caledonia Village Board up for grabs. Submit your questions and we'll get them answered.
Four of the seven Caledonia village board seats are up for election this spring including the village president's position, and each has a contested race on April 2 along with the other positions.
Trustees serve two-year terms and are paid $6,600 per year. The village president is paid $13,000 per year and serves a two-year term.
We wondered what questions our readers would like asked during our coverage of the elections this season. Feel free to add them in the comments section.
Trustee No 1
*Kathy Burton (filed non-candidacy)
Ed Willing, 5754 Winstar Lane
David Prott, 2442 Rebecca Drive
Trustee No. 3
A primary was held for this race in February, but Jim Tiderman had announced prior to the election that he was pulling out of the race. Tiderman's name was still on the ballot because legally it couldn't be taken off. Wanggaard came out ahead in the primary race.
*Kevin Wanggaard, 3710 South Lane (re-filed)
Maureen Cramer, 3616 4 Mile Rd.
Trustee No. 5
*Jim Dobbs, 5314 Agatha Turn (re-filed)
Richard Frazier, 6023 Finch Lane
*Ronald Coutts, 609 Kentwood Dr. (re-filed)
Bob Bradley, 6022 Leeward Lane