Councilman Tisdel to Seek Second Term for Rochester Hills City Council

Mark Tisdel

Mark Tisdel

On Wednesday, current Rochester Hills City Councilman Mark Tisdel announced via press release that he is excited to officially announce his campaign to seek a second term on the city council.

“It is with great pride that I announce my reelection campaign for Rochester Hills City Council At-Large,” stated Tisdel.

Since being elected in 2011, Tisdel has served on the Older Persons’ Commission Governing Board, has introduced the Summer Golf Scholarship program, and was recently appointed to serve as Council Vice President. Additionally, under his guidance as the Council Liaison to the Rochester Hills Government Youth Council, over $50,000 has been raised by the Youth Council to support local charities.

“Serving on the council is a public service, and I want to do all that I can to contribute to what makes Rochester Hills a great place to live, work and raise a family,” stated Tisdel.

“I am asking the residents of Rochester Hills for their continued support in the coming election,” stated Tisdel. “In return I promise as Vice President and Council Member At-Large to continue to preserve and enhance the rights of our residents, and continue to work within the authority granted by our City Charter, Michigan and U.S. Constitutions.”

Current councilman Dale Hertick and newcomer Bill Soule are also seeking one of the two at-large seats on the Rochester Hills City Council.

To learn more about Councilman Tisdel, or to show your support, you can find him on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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  1. Lorraine McGoldrick says

    Never found Mark to be much of a support to residents in the past and additionally feel he is part of the problem in Rochester Hills.

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