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Kylie Williams, Candidate for Board of Health

by Press Release
March 15, 2017

Kylie Williams, long time Holliston resident and frequent community volunteer, has announced her intention to run for a seat on the Board of Health in the May 23rd Town Election.

Kylie Williams, long time Holliston resident and frequent community volunteer, has announced her intention to run for a seat on the Board of Health in the May 23rd Town Election.

A Holliston resident for the past 15 years with 3 children in the Holliston Public Schools, Williams is a Civil Engineer with a degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She currently works as an Assistant Project Manager for a general contractor that specializes in school construction, where she serves as the LEED coordinator (“Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design”).

“I want to bring my engineering experience to work for the town of Holliston.  In addition to promoting and protecting the public’s health and safety, it’s the Board’s job to deal with environmental issues, and to ensure compliance with Health Department, Town, and State regulations under their jurisdiction.  These are the issues and regulations I’ve dealt with my whole career, and I want to bring that expertise to the Holliston Board of Health.”

 “My professional experience includes hazardous materials assessment and investigation, land and infrastructure development, storm water management, demolition involving asbestos abatement, a bit of septic design, and most currently construction management, has prepared me well for a position on the Board of Health. This is why I am asking for your vote.”

“I am all for sensible, sustainable development; and environmental accountability.”

Williams has a solid history of civic engagement and public service to the town, including prior service as Commissioner on the Holliston Conservation Commission, Volunteer coordinator for Mission Possible: Holliston Annual 5k Road Race, a tenure as treasurer of the Holliston Newcomers Club, as well as having served as both a substitute teacher and as a classroom volunteer at Placentino Elementary School!

Kylie and her husband of 15 years, Greg, live in Holliston with their three kids, Joey (14), Katie (12), and Sara (10), and their feisty Wheaton Terrier, Penny. You can find her cheering loudly at youth sporting events- hockey, softball, soccer, lacrosse and basketball- all around town.

 

 

 

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