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    Scott Sauer

    Office Sought: Board of Supervisors – District 3

    Political Party: Republican

    Candidate email address: [email protected]

    Campaign Committee: Committee to Elect Scott Sauer

    Educational Background

    NameCityStateYearsDiploma/Degree Earned
    Muscatine High SchoolMuscatineIowaGraduated 1974Yes

    Employment History

    EmployerJob TitleStart DateEnd DateBrief Job Description
    Scott’s OutdoorsOwner19912009Manager/Owner
    Big Bay StorageOwner2007CurrentManager/Owner
    Muscatine Community School DistrictCustodian2012CurrentCustodian
    Scott Sauer FarmsOwner2004CurrentManager/Owner
    Muscatine CountySupervisor2013CurrentSupervisor, District 3

    Why are you running for election?

    I am running for re-election to use my diversified management experience to keep Muscatine County with a fiscally sound budget and to continue working at making Muscatine County a strong community and a great place to call home.

    What are the 3 most important issues facing your office over the next term?

    IssueWhy is this important?How will you address this issue?
    Mental Health ServicesThese services provide for the needs of fragile community residentsWith the Board of Supervisors renegotiating the 28E Agreement within the Mental Health Region earlier this year, I will work to keep Muscatine tax dollars benefiting the needs of Muscatine County Residents
    River Flood ControlTo minimize the destruction of a levee failureI would continue working with the Levee Stakeholder Group to work towards long term solutions for flood protection.
    Deep Lakes ParkTo drive Economic GrowthI would continue to work and encourage the Conservation Board to continue the improvements of the recreational areas in Muscatine County

    What are the 3 most important issues facing Muscatine County over the next term?

    IssueWhy is this important?How will you address this issue? (if applicable)
    Mental Health ServicesThese services provide for the needs of fragile community residentsWith the Board of Supervisors renegotiating the 28E Agreement within the Mental Health Region earlier this year, I will work to keep Muscatine tax dollars benefiting the needs of Muscatine County Residents
    Age and Condition of County BridgesTo keep County roads in good conditionContinue to work with the County Engineers office to continue to repair or replace the bridges/culverts that are most in need of maintenance.
    Covid19 PandemicCounty Residents Health ConcernsI would continue to work with Muscatine County Public Health and Emergency Management

    What is the most important thing you would like voters to know about you that they may not?

    I am a lifetime resident of Muscatine and a very driven and motivated person, I have an agricultural background with operating my farms, I own and operate Big Bay Storage in Muscatine, I owned and managed Scott’s Outdoors in Muscatine for 20 years.

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