Maryland Heights Dignitaries and Officials Share Resolutions
We asked some of the city’s movers and shakers what they are resolving for 2012.
Our city leaders offer their resolutions for 2012. Some are humorous, some are serious, but all provide some insight into the people behind the titles.
Kim Braddy, executive director for the Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce
Having balance in my life certainly is one of the most important overall goals to reach. We get so busy with “life” we have a tendency to lose sight of the important things. My 2012 goal, or resolution, is to get my life back in balance with the seven most significant components of life: Mind, Body, Spirituality, Family, Finance, Fun, and Career.
Brian Douglas, chairman of the board of the Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce
Deeper faith, being the best husband and father I can be, and to continue to be an active part of my community.
Mark Levin, city administrator for the City of Maryland Heights
I don’t make resolutions because I’m not good at keeping them.
Col. Thomas O’Connor, chief of the Maryland Heights Police Department
- Continue to work out and keep in shape.
- Write more articles on police procedures for the law enforcement community publications.
- Continue working on the Innocence Project.
- Spend more time with Irish music.
Chief Steve Olshwanger of the Maryland Heights Fire Protection District
- To continue to provide the best Fire and EMS services available
- To be able to keep our employee’s safe and injury free
- To continue to provide safety and fire prevention courses to all of our great citizens and business partners in Maryland Heights
- Continue our great public relations efforts and meet as many of our Fire District residents as possible