Roy City would like to thank Dave Tafoya and Karlene Yeoman for their years of dedicated service to the residents of Roy as they served on the Roy City Council. They have been instrumental in making beautiful changes and improvements to our city and we are grateful for the care they have shown in their role.
We are so excited to welcome Anne Jackson and Diane Wilson to the Roy City Council for the term of 4 years! We also welcome back Joe Paul for four more years! Thank you to all of the candidates who ran for City Council; Roy City is a better community because of the amazing citizens like you.
Ann Jackson has worked at Roy High School as an administrative assistant and owned and managed a home business. Through her home business, she has made many important business contacts that will benefit the future development of Roy City. She has been involved in many PTA positions at the local schools and she is currently a coach for Roy Recreation. Councilwoman Jackson’s goal is to work together with city leaders and residents. She would like to help boost the city economy, see the beauty of Roy return, and help plan future growth.
Diane Wilson has been a business owner and physician in Roy for 25 years in urgent care and family medicine. She hopes to create an atmosphere of involvement and cooperation in the city and do her utmost to serve the citizens. Councilwoman Wilson values giving respect to citizens’ time, resources and finances. She will bring her perspective as a citizen to the council, and will use her professional skills and experience to address city issues such as business development and management. She is committed to listen, research and study issues, and follow through.
Joe Paul graduated from Weber State University and manages a multi-million dollar fleet operation. He was on the Roy Planning Commission for 6 years before being appointed to the City Council, where he has been actively involved for 18 months. He plans to continue his commitment to the community of Roy to maximize public services, increase sales tax revenue, minimize residents’ taxes, and promote Roy for economic development. He plans on providing open, transparent communication through a variety of avenues including social media. Councilman Paul is the founding City Council liason for the Business Advisory Committee which will streamline business growth.