As the top finisher in the November 2013 General Election, Linda Parker-Craig is the City Council Chairwoman. She is serving her first term on the council. She attended Lawrence Technological University and has worked as a corporate interior designer for La-Z-Boy Inc. She has lived in Taylor since 1975.
City Council Chairwoman Pro Tem
Alex Garza is seeking his Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Despite his young age, he has a wealth of political experience, having worked as a legislative aide for Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh and for State Representative Rashida Tlaib. In 2012, Garza was appointed to Taylor's Downtown Development Authority (DDA). He presently works as a Research and Policy Analyst.
Linda Roberts has worked for the Taylor School District for 27 years and was President of SEIU Local 26m Taylor for three consecutive terms. She has also served as the Treasurer of SEUI 517 for four years.
Tim Woolley is a lifelong resident of the City of Taylor and graduated from the old Taylor Center High School. He served his country during the Desert Shield and Desert Storm military campaigns in the Middle East. Married to wife Amy, the couple has two children. Woolley is a member of the Taylor Goodfellows and the Taylor VFW.
City Council offices are near the main lobby of Taylor City Hall, 23555 Goddard Road, Taylor, MI, 48180. The general City Council offices are located to the left of the Customer Service Center just off the main lobby. The office of the City Council Chairwoman is located to the left of the Customer Service Center, near the elevators.
To contact any member of City Council, telephone or email City Council Secretary Susan Riddle at (734) 374-8799 or email@example.com.