While he has only lived in town for a year and 7 months, Miller said his grandparents have been part of the community for 40 years. He describes himself as "an honest guy. I don't have any agenda."
Miller does have several issues of concern that include ensuring full police and fire staffing, encouraging small businesses and taking a look at the city's roads. He feels the city council should come up with a plan for improvements to the major roads, then present that to the Road Commission for Oakland County, which has control over them.
The 33-year-old Redford Union High graduate and his wife, Sarah, have a daughter, Ava.
Why he decided to run Miller said he heard rumors about a long-time business closing and became concerned about how small businesses are faring in Farmington Hills. Community connections With a group of friends, Miller has volunteered to help less fortunate residents with specific needs. He is a member of the Sons of the American Legion and has volunteered with the Redford Goodfellows. The site of Fire Station No. 3 on Grand River near Middlebelt was once home to Duffy's Plumbing Supplies, his father's and grandfather's business. Campaign information You can contact Miller via email, email@example.com.
Correction: The original version of this article incorrectly identified the Goodfellows group with which Mr. Miller is associated.