Rob Parrish Puts Up Web Site for Nunda Township Road Commissioner Campaign

A press release from rob Parrish, who is a candidate for Nunda Township Road Commissioner. He is runnhing against incumbent Don Kopsell and fellow challenger “Iron Mike” Lesperance.

Rob Parrish announces the activation of his Campaign Website

Crystal Lake –Rob Parrish, Republican Candidate for the office of Nunda Township Highway Commissioner, announces the activation of his official campaign website.

www.robparrish2013.com

Parrish web site masthead
With the goal of being an advocate for transparency, communication, and integrity, Rob hopes his campaign messages, proposals, and relevant experiences, will be easily made available to the Nunda voters.

His website will be an ever changing medium for the issues that are pertinent to the campaign for Highway Commissioner.

For more information about Rob Parrish’s campaign for Nunda Township Highway Commissioner visit www.robparrish2013.com or email him at robparrish@sbcglobal.net. Contact Rob Parrish by phone at 815-378-4459.


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Rob Parrish Puts Up Web Site for Nunda Township Road Commissioner Campaign — 9 Comments

  1. Let me just say what an amazing breath of fresh air Rob would be for Nunda!

    Let’s show him our support!

  2. Business tanks, he wants a public pension.

    Allusions to wrong-doing, just like the other new candidate, but why have a whole new group climbing on taxpayers’ backs?

    More pension/benefit taxes.

  3. I’ve heard Rob says Nunda residents shouldn’t get free mulch, they should pay.
    Will he fire present employees and contract to Geske?
    Did he really run Parrish Paving or did his father run it?
    Any connection with Pease?
    Will you bring in a union at the road district?

  4. 3923,

    I like free mulch too!

    Reducing impacts on open burning and landfills by repurposing a waste product into a desirable material is as “green” as it gets.

    It is a very expensive process with the $250K tub grinder and all it’s required maintenance, labor, and fuel.

    I would propose we limit the drop off only to Nunda Residents.

    We should not have to bear the costs of debris that is not ours.

    Residents should show a DL when they drop off and a ledger should be kept to record who and what is being brought in.

    I have worked in, around, and for Nunda Township.

    Every staff member I have worked with has been focused on customer service and has a strong work ethic.

    I will evaluate each employee as a member of a new team.

    If they have the ability and the desire to be better, I welcome their continued employment.

    There would be no financial gain at the Road District for a current Geske employee.

    Parrish Paving was a family owned company and our roles changed as we grew.

    In the late 80′s I assummed the daily operations including estimating, scheduling, production, billing, vehicle maintenance and capital investments.

    My brother, Tim shared similar roles beginning in the late 90′s.

    My connection with Jonathan Pease comes from his company “Rock Solid” who helped Geske and Sons save the Harvard School District almost $100K on the fly ash stabilizing of Marengo Road for the new Crosby School a few years ago.

    I probably share the same amount of gratitude to him as the school board does.

    As you may know, management in a public entity has no authority to either promote or intervene in the staff’s decision to, or not to organize.

    Thank you for your interest,

    Rob Parrish

  5. Double-dipping with union pension and seeking state pension as well?

    I see no reason to add a new bunch to my tax load.

    You say you’ll save us taxes, but Nunda taxes come out of property taxes and I don’t think you have a deal with Dennis Jagla or anyone else regarding lowering property taxes.

    Of course you could cut services and go with a lower levy.

    Stop lying to people.. Road repairs are scheduled the same way every road district does it. Your claim is that they aren’t is false and baseless.

    “I would propose we limit the drop off only to Nunda Residents.”

    “We should not have to bear the costs of debris that is not ours.”

    “Residents should show a DL when they drop off and a ledger should be kept to record who and what is being brought in.”

    Those are done now. Incumbents seem to know most residents by sight.

    Nothing new, nothing to see here.

  6. Local union150 is supporting Rob Parrish.

    Do taxpayers need unionized road district with accountability only to unions?

  7. Did you know that on Don Kopsell’s D-2 he filed on January 26, 2009 it shows that he received a $500.00 donation from Local 150.

    Ron Parrish is being endorsed by Local 150 for his reputation as an honest business man and he is not taking any money from them for his campaign.

    Don is not honest, he loves spending other people’s money, remember people it’s your money he is spending!

    Time to elect an honest man! Rob Parrish

  8. Kopsell’s management of the road district gives me no concerns; the roads are kept in good condition, safe, plowed before those of other districts, and I feel I get good value for my share of road district’s tax dollars.

    Sometimes “change” doesn’t work out very well, has anyone noticed?

  9. Rob, you may like free mulch, but that’s not what you campaign site says.

    It says you want residents to donate $35 for mulch.

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