Wednesday, October 17, 2007

2007 AJC Voters Guide / Milton District 6 / At Large

Credit goes to The Atlanta-journal Constitution /

Rick J. Mohrig (Nonpartisan)

Age (as of Nov. 6): 49
Education: M.B.A., business management; B.A., business administration.
Profession: Small business owner — home remodeling and renovation.
Residence: No response -->
Family: Married; two daughters, 18 and 15; a son, 11.

What experience will help you in this job?

I have 19 years of leadership experience in management and project management at IBM and in running my own business. I've been involved in actively serving the communities I've lived in for the past 17 years: Milton councilman; working toward Milton cityhood; five years as chair or vice-chair for local school advisory councils in Milton; four years serving as HOA president, small group leader for church.

If elected, what will be your priorities?

Develop and pass our comprehensive land use map with citizen input to enforce and preserve the low-density, beautiful area we call Milton — 1 acre minimum in residential w/no sewer extensions. Enact design standards for Hwy. 9 area — beautify the gateway to our city. Enact a tree preservation ordinance to protect against clear-cutting. Implement intersection safety improvements. Start developing our parks so residents can use them.

What's the best thing an elected official in the post you are seeking can do for your community?

Ensure this area remains physically safe, low-density residential enclave with green space and active parks being developed — be a good steward and protect our quality of life in Milton.

If you were stranded on a deserted island, what one thing (not a person) would you want to have?

A survival kit, including a Bible. To survive tough times, you need to take care of the physical needs, but also stimulate your mind and nurture your soul.

Web site: No response


Anonymous said...

Who came up with these comments from Mohrig? Jan, or Thurman the Vermin? As everyone knows he cant think for hmself.

Anonymous said...

Maybe all his work in the trench is to become more familiar with and understand sewers. This way Comb Over Boy won't have to explain it to him.

Anonymous said...

Hey, how come he can say he is "non-partisan" in this article, but he and his supporters are using it against his opponent?

Anonymous said...

He can say it because Jan told him he could.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget Mrs Ry-lee, the very ethical Fulton County Commissioner is on his side also....another JJ in the making.

She is no better than Shirley Franklin, John(Buckwheat) Lewis, Andrew Young and others who said if a certain person was elected as chairman of the commission, dawgs would be turned loose and people would be fire hosed like in civil rights movement.

Ry-lee is about as unethical as they what can you expect from More-Rig.

Anonymous said...

Where did the ajc get the nice "mug shot"?