My Name is Barry Weller.
Principles and character are values important to me.
I am a veteran of the United States Navy. I served in the Nuclear Submarine service for more than 4 years. There I
received a foundation for my education which then focused on nuclear power, radiation, and water chemistry control
as well as systems oversight and management. I later bolstered my education, as needed, in specific engineering and
business tools while my career advanced through the manufacturing industry.
As for experience to serve you as a County Supervisor, In my last position, for more than 15 years at one company,
I was a part of a senior management team that developed and managed annual budgets up to and in excess of $50 million.
I personally managed $2 to $10 million annual budgets for my department. I was responsible for projects including Equipment
purchases, building purchases / leases, construction projects that were completed both in this great Nation as well as
several in foreign countries. Additionally I had management responsibility for Environmental regulations and Safety
compliance in an industry with numerous chemical, electrical and mechanical hazards. I know how to manage budgets,
departments, people and the complexities of regulations.
I have consistently been ethical, open and honest in my business as well as personal activities. I have spent countless
hours, days and weeks with attorneys writing, reviewing and managing contracts. I am a stickler for transparency,
clarity, honesty, and accuracy which are skills to help me focus on a thorough review of our County policies, procedures
and activities along with consistent and fair application thereof. Additionally I am committed to being responsive to
public input, ideas and assistance.
I stand to protect Personal property rights. I stand to protect the liberties and freedoms of all Americans as documented
by our founding fathers in the Preamble to and the Constitution of these great United States. I love this County, this
State and this Country.
I am tenacious, trustworthy and plan to represent you as an open and approachable elected official. I do believe elected
officials are public servants and are not in office for personal gain. I pray that I may be as respectful and courteous as
you would expect from a neighbor or friend.
Please feel free to call or email me with questions or support.
Sincerely, - Barry Weller