For North Royalton City Council – Ward 5
Thank You for stopping by to get better acquainted with me and my plans as your councilman in Ward 5. I plan to lead through good communication, carefully listening to each of you, and working to ensure North Royalton and Ward 5 continue to be a vibrant and appealing community. This is accomplished by ensuring effective use of tax dollars, responsible business and commercial development, and essential upgrades and repairs to city infrastructure.
I also look forward to working with the Mayor-Elect Antoskiewicz and City Council to find innovative and responsible ways to fund infrastructure projects and to find ways to better connect Ward 5 to the great Metro Park amenities that North Royalton has to offer.
If you ever have any questions, concerns or just want to share your ideas, please feel free to reach out to me. I am excited to get to work and look forward to the opportunity to serve this community that I love.
Wife Sarah (18 years), son Edwin, and daughter Kailey
16+ year resident of North Royalton
B.A. Degree from Wright State University and B.S. Degree from Indiana Wesleyan University
Small Business Owner
Board Member, North Royalton Soccer Club (5+ years)
Youth Pastor/Volunteer Youth Worker (15+ years, Currently at Hope Church)
Chairman of the North Royalton City Schools Community Engagement Task Force
North Royalton Soccer Club Appointee to City Recreation Board
City Government: Strong relationships with the Mayor, President of Council and many of our Council members who have all endorsed me for this position.
Soccer Club: In 2016, designed a new logo and assisted with rebranding of the Soccer Club. This included updates to the Travel Uniforms and field signage, and ensuring recreational opportunities for our children.
School Involvement: Led a diverse team of community members to engage the community in a discussion and ultimate creation of a plan to build new schools in North Royalton.
Working for You
Work to ensure community value through effective use of tax dollars, responsible business and commercial development, and essential upgrades and repairs to city infrastructure and storm water issues for Ward 5.
Clear and constant communication with the residents of Ward 5 to ensure the community needs are heard and addressed.
Work with residents and city leaders to find creative and new ways to enhance access from Ward 5 to our wonderful Metro Park amenities.
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A Leader Who Listens for Ward 5
In addition to his community and school involvement, he is a father to 2 amazing kids, a husband to the most amazing woman, and a youth pastor/volunteer of 15 years.
Ward 5 is such a beautiful and vibrant part of North Royalton and it deserves a strong leader who understands where we came from, where we are today, and where we want to go. Through his community involvement he has developed a strong foundation in community leadership, engagement and delivering results.
News & Updates
The November edition of the Ward 5 newsletter has been posted. Click here to check it...
Thank you Ward 5 residents! I am excited to get to work and continue to hear your thoughts and ideas. Please subscribe to the Ward 5 newsletter and look for the first Coffee with your Ward 5 Councilman event.
My Door Hangers are in and I will soon be coming around to each resident in Ward 5 to introduce myself and to hear your ideas and concerns for Ward 5. I look forward to speaking with each of you as I come...