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Doug Bevis, Sara Normandeau seek Oldsmar City Council seat

Oldsmar City Council | Seat 3

Doug Bevis and Sara Normandeau are seeking the seat held by Janice Miller, who isn't running because of term limits. The three-year term pays $8,700 a year.

Doug Bevis, 45

Experience: Bevis, an eight-year resident of Oldsmar, is a senior stormwater designer for a civil engineering firm and country music personality on WFUS-FM 103.5. He is president of the Bay Arbor Homeowner's Association, a member of the Oldsmar Neighborhood Advisory Group and a graduate of the Oldsmar Citizen's Academy. Born in Illinois and educated at Coleraine Technical School in Cincinnati, he has more than 22 years of experience in civil engineering and has worked on projects as small as a sidewalk and as large as a 1,000-plus acre resort.

Pitch to voters: "I will listen to residents' input, ideas and concerns while working hard to keep taxes low.''

Assets Home, boat, truck, bank accounts, investments, retirement
Liabilities Mortgage, car
Net worth $300,000
Source of income Civil engineering and radio job
Personal Married to Kim Bevis and has three children and one grandchild
Hobbies Radio, golf
Web site www.bevis09.com
E-mail cokebevis@tampabay.rr.com

Sara Normandeau, 40

Experience: Normandeau has worked in the mortgage banking business and residential construction and development. Currently, she is in marketing and recruiting for a medical staffing company. Active in the city, she is chairwoman of the Oldsmar Charter Review Committee and is a member of the city's Planning Board. She was born in St. Petersburg and received her associate's degree from Hillsborough Community College. She also has taken courses at the University of South Florida.

Pitch to voters: "Economic development is my No. 1 goal as an Oldsmar City Council member. To identify and promote industry that is thriving, to create jobs and preserve our small businesses. Infrastructure development, alternate energy products and services, health care devices and medical services are all industries expected to weather this economy well. These are high-paying jobs that create quality of life jobs as well. By supporting small businesses, we support the entire community.''

Assets 401K, Bay Terrace Financial
Liabilities Not available
Net worth Not available
Source of income Bay Terrace Homes, Bay Terrace Financial
Personal Married to Michael Normandeau, two children
Web site www.sara4city.com
E-mail sara@sara4city.com
Assets 401K, Bay Terrace Financial
Liabilities Not available
Net worth Not available
Source of income Bay Terrace Homes, Bay Terrace Financial
Personal Married to Michael Normandeau, two children
Web site www.sara4city.com
E-mail sara@sara4city.com

Doug Bevis, Sara Normandeau seek Oldsmar City Council seat 03/05/09 [Last modified: Thursday, March 5, 2009 10:56pm]
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