Wesley Chapel voters, I am Becky Plyler and I am running for council in Wesley Chapel.
My roots are deep in the Village of Wesley Chapel. It is important to make sound decisions when council is spending your money. Fiscal responsibility will be a priority. Bringing all residents together will be important. I would like to see the remaining land owned by the village around the town hall developed for family friendly activities and community use. Through donations and partnerships, I believe this endeavor is possible without having to raise taxes to pay for it.
The village is currently building a town hall, a park and securing a contract deputy. We need to be prudent about how to maintain these projects within our means and without exhausting our budget or raising taxes. It is imperative that council acts with fiscal responsibility when spending your tax dollars. We also have the potential to secure Emergency Medical Service in Wesley Chapel and its my goal to help make this happen.
• Assisted on the Master Plan Committee for the village
• Regularly attend village meetings to stay informed
• Served on Wesley Chapel Elementary School Advisory Board
• Served as secretary for the Indian Trail Women’s Club
• Retired medical office administrator
• Previously elected as deaconess at Siler Presbyterian Church
• Helped Metrolina Christian Academy secure a $50,000 grant from Clorox
• Involved in nursing home projects
• Currently serving as pianist, assistant adult Sunday School teacher and involved in Women’s Ministies at First Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
I am a Sun Valley High graduate. My husband Butch and I have lived in Wesley Chapel since 1973. We have two sons. Davey is a lieutenant with the Monroe Police Department and his wife Dale Ann is an attorney in Monroe. Ronnie is Dean of Academics and Athletic Director for Metrolina Christian Academy and his wife Michele is an art teacher at Metrolina. I am blessed with four grandchildren. My interests include reading, sports, cooking and spending time with family and friends. I am an active member of First Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. I look forward to serving the village of Wesley Chapel.
• Secure a deputy and Emergency Medical Service for Wesley Chapel
• Keeping taxes low by maintaining our budget for village projects and being fiscally responsible.
• Focus on developing the remaining acreage around the town hall for community gatherings
• Complete the primary village projects. Dogwood Park and the town hall, within budget
• Maintain the rural feel of Wesley Chapel while providing the conveniences and amenities that the citizens desire.
• Create appeal for businesses that will help fill our shopping centers.