Bo Haviland 'is straight talking, dedicated and committed to our community'


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Amidee (Bo) Haviland III has lived in Woodbury for almost 30 years, raised his three children in Woodbury and has a firm commitment to our community. He has a BA in Government and MBA in Management Information Sciences. Bo is also an Army veteran with 28 years of combined active and reserve duty.

Bo has served our neighborhood for many years and is not afraid to go to court to fight for Woodbury.

He has been actively involved in getting the Referendum Vote on the current Board’s Municipal Building plan, which was defeated by a ratio of 3 to 1.

As Town Councilman in 2008 to 2011, he worked tirelessly to help keep our taxes down, while keeping services up.

He is a fiscal conservative and his work helped decrease the debt by more than 20 percent. Bo persists in protecting the town’s natural resources and maintaining the integrity and quality of life of Woodbury.

Bo is straight talking, dedicated and committed to our community, and I strongly endorse him as Town Councilman for Woodbury.

Bernie Gerard Jr.

Central Valley



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