Duluth City Council candidate, Tim Meyer holds Meet and Greet
Duluth City Council District 1 candidate, Tim Meyer held a Meet and Greet and the SUperior Brewing Company on Tuesday. Guests were able to talk with Meyer to get to know more about the candidate and his plans for the City.
Meyer is running for City Council District 1, the seat currently held by Gary Anderson. Anderson announced he will not seek another term.
Meyer told WDIO News that it is important for a candidate to meet with the people, that it is a “primary thing that you need to be able to do,” Meyer said.
“A lot of decisions in government should be more driven by public invovement and public meetings,” he added. “So these are, to me, very important meetings.”
Meyer ran for an At-Large City Council seat in 2021. He won a spot in the General Election, but withdrew from the race in August. Meyer currently serves on the Duluth HRA Commission, City of Superior Historic Perservation Committee and APEX.
Original Story from March 3: Tim Meyer has announced his candidacy for Duluth City Council, looking to represent District 1. This seat is being vacated by Gary Anderson, who is not seeking another term.
Meyer ran for At-Large City Council in 2021. He won a spot in the general election, but withdrew from the race in August. Meyer currently serves on the Duluth HRA Commission, City of Superior Historic Preservation Committee, and APEX. He is also a two-term Planning Commissioner, Historic Preservation Commissioner, and Public Arts Commission President for the City of Duluth.
Meyer says his campaign priorities include expanding the City’s Housing Stock & Options, as well as the City’s Tax Base & Economic Development-Green Manufacturing. Meyer is looking to expand childcare options, and develop a community center for the Lakeside, Lester Park, and Woodland neighborhoods. He has a vision for a park creation for the Lester Park Golf Course, as well as housing to surround an 18-hold version of the golf course. Meyer also wants a responsible redevelopment and construction of London Road.
The primary election is set for Tuesday, August 8.