Treasurer Bill Wallace’s Letter to the Editors at Summit Daily
I couldn’t be more thrilled to see my Deputy Treasurer, Ryne Scholl, take over as County Treasurer when my term ends. I’d like to tell you why he has my vote, and should have your vote as well, in the June 26th primary.
When our office lost key personnel a couple of years ago, Ryne jumped in immediately using his background from the County Finance office to help keep us on track. Without missing a beat, Ryne was able to not only take on the duties but we were also able to save taxpayer money by reorganizing the office.
Without missing a beat, Ryne was able to not only take on the duties but we were also able to save taxpayer money by reorganizing the office.
What’s more, Ryne’s expert analysis and fresh perspective have helped us generate another $400,000 in annual revenue for County services like libraries, 911 dispatch, and open space.
Sure, the Treasurer’s office isn’t the sexiest office in government. But it’s a critical function for our community—one that requires experience, focus, and dedication to customers including Realtors, financial institutions, title companies, and you, the taxpayer. It requires collaboration with staff and the Commissioners to help ensure funding is distributed to all the services we rely upon.
I should know, I’ve been serving in the position for the last 12 years and 10 before that as County Commissioner.
So on June 26th, join me in making sure our community services are maintained and funded on day one. Let’s make the only candidate with the experience to do so, Ryne Scholl, our next Summit County Treasurer.
Summit County Treasurer