Liveoak seeks third term in office
FROM STAFF REPORTS
WILSONVILLE – Mayor Rosemary Liveoak will seek the vote and support from her community for a third term.
Liveoak served on the town council from 1996-2004 before being elected as mayor in 2004.
“For 59 years I have called with pride Wilsonville ‘my hometown,’” Liveoak stated in a press release. “I have enjoyed serving my community the past 16 years in an elected capacity.”
In addition to mayoral duties, Liveoak has served as principal of Wilsonville Elementary School since 1979. She also taught at Columbiana Middle School for five years prior to becoming principal at WES.
“Wilsonville is a town that loves and has compassion for others,” Liveoak stated in the release. “By keeping the lines of communication open and maintaining a good working relationship with the citizens, business and organizations, I hope to be able to continue showing progress that complements our town.”
In the release, Liveoak said she is working with the Wilsonville Commercial Development Board to help secure a financial institute in Wilsonville.
“We have just completed a two-year process to develop a 10-year comprehensive plan for zoning and development that will guide our growth,” she said in the release. “We welcome new homes and businesses in our area.
“If elected, I will continue to serve the people in my community with pride and dedication,” Liveoak added.