He said he is ready to continue working on behalf of the citizens of Gray.
“I’ve always been accessible to people and been here to help them with whatever issues they face in the city,” he said. “I’m asking the voters for four more years to serve.”
Wilson said one of his biggest accomplishments is getting the process started for a new wastewater treatment plant, which has been needed since an EPD order was issued in 1997.
“This has been a problem facing the city for a long time and has slowed down growth,” he said. “I’m proud that we’re doing something. It’s time to move Gray forward.”
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