Boyle Files for Ward I Council Seat

Mike Boyle, who currently represents the First Ward on the Milford Planning and Zoning Commission, filed to run for a seat on the City Council on Friday, Feb. 23.

He retired from the Army after serving on the Army Headquarters Staff.  I then went on to a successful career in the defense contracting industry managing several projects for the offices of the Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary of Defense in strategic planning, development, and policy implementation.

Mr. Boyle said that he sees “a bright and exciting future for Milford and want to serve the First Ward and all Milford residents working as a part of the city government to help bring about expanded growth opportunities for local business and creating  jobs by attracting new companies to Milford.”

“Milford is moving forward and I support the city’s efforts to expand its ability to provide the infrastructure and services needed to develop a vibrant economy for its residents.” 

Mr. Boyle said that his”time as a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission has given him a broad understanding of those large projects like the new Bayhealth Hospital Campus, the Bayhealth/Nemours building and the Nationwide care facility as well as the recent activity in the new housing and hospitality markets.  Much of the city’s future economic and growth planning is focused on the First Ward area and I feel I can bring a better understanding of the area’s interests to best serve the needs and concerns of the First Ward residents on City Council.”  

He also serves as President of the Meadows At Shawnee Homeowners Association.

 

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