Tuesday, May 24, 2022 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
at West Chester Township Administrative Building
Join AANHPI community leader Lee Wong for a town hall meeting in West Chester and learn about his leadership skills as the township’s trustee for the 5th consecutive term.
Lee Wong is Chair of West Chester Township Board of Trustee in his fifth term as a township trustee. Lee has a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati and is now retired from the United States Army after 20 years of active duty service having served as a Special Agent for the Criminal Investigation Division.
West Chester Township has been recognized six times in the Top 100 Best Places to Live by CNN/Money Magazine, five times since Mr. Wong took office. He assigns small government as a significant contribution to our success, keeping the community “lean and mean” with relatively low community taxes. Mr. Wong is for little bureaucracy with limited regulations, and a more personal relationship between local government and the community. Due to the fiscal responsibility of the current Board of Trustees, West Chester Township acquired the highest bond rating in Butler County’s history, granted by Moody’s of New York. This rating results in lower interest rates on the money West Chester must borrow to achieve its goals.
Mr. Wong’s priorities as a Trustee include: First, public safety, security, roads and walking/biking trails. He wants to attract businesses to the area and have residents enjoy a greater quality of life. Mr. Wong places significant value on creating a local government that embraces all residents and corporate citizens, and in providing services that allow our citizens to prosper and opportunities to enhance and enjoy their lives. Mr. Wong believes West Chester is a great place to live because of the diversity of its population, making this a vibrant and exciting place to live and work.