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Bob Stevenson

59 years old
Married 38 years, 4 Children, 5 Grandchildren
Born and raised in Layton
Graduate Layton High School 1972
Graduate Weber State University 1976, Bachelor’s Business Admin.
Utah State University Masters Program Distributive Education
Nestle USA - 35 years National Store Brands Manager (retired)
BJS Quality Homes - Residential Home construction (17 years)
Davis Arts Council - 6 years
School Teacher Layton High - 2 years
President, Northern Wasatch Home Builders Association
Layton City Part time Fireman - 14 years
Layton City Council - 3 terms 1982-1991

We live in a wonderful city. Many people over the years have given much time and effort to make our city the beautiful place that it is. Our parks are second to none. We have always been the city that others wanted to model themselves after. We were the leader in Davis County.

Many of you have shared your concerns with me that we have lost that competitive edge. No longer are we seeing commercial growth that will help sustain our needed tax base. The Old Fort Lane shopping area is an eye sore. We were promised high speed internet service (UTOPIA) and all we have is a 2.5 million dollar yearly interest payment. These are wasted tax payer dollars. The city supported a new type of commercial development on the west side which many disagreed with and was defeated by a citizens group on the ballot. There was not even a developer backing this concept. The huge apartment complex’s are out of control. We now are being taxed for city light poles on our utility bills.

My campaign will be built around moving Layton forward again by taking back the leadership role that we once had: Strengthening our economic base, Protecting our open spaces, Supporting Hill Air Force Base, Keeping our neighborhoods and schools safe, Supporting more job-based businesses, Expanding the Arts, the recreation, and the safety of our community.

If you wait for it to happen, it will never happen. Success comes from hard aggressive work. We must move Layton forward again.

  Bob Stevenson
1124 Rosewood Ln
Layton, UT 84041
Email: bob@bob4layton.com
Website: www.bob4layton.com



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