president of council
city of troy, ohio
It's time to rebuid our lives together!
William "Bill" Lutz is a life-long resident of the City of Troy and is currently serving his first term as President of Council in the City of Troy. A former city council member with a history of accomplishments, he's ready to continue his commitment to serve the residents of the City of Troy.
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A proven track record of accomplishments
For over five years, Bill has served residents of Miami and Montgomery County as the Executive Director of The New Path, Inc., one of the largest human service non-profit organizations in the Miami Valley. Under his leadership, The New Path, Inc. has been recognized as a leader in providing service to those that need it the most. In 2018, the organization was honored by the Dayton Business Journal as a "Best Place to Work" and has been repeated named a Four Star Charity by CharityNabigator.
Bill has also been a driving force in the creation of a number of non-profits throughout the Miami Valley designed to help our most vulnerable residents in their most difficult times. He is the founding Executive Director of Neighborlink Miami Valley, Inc. and a founding board member of the Miami County Food Insecurity Alliance, Inc.
From being a substitute teacher at Troy High School to securing funding from state policymakers in Columbus, Bill has created a career in making Miami County's communities strong.
He served as the first township administrator of Bethel Township, Miami County, where he worked with elected officials to lay the ground work for water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the southern portion of the township.
Bill then served for six years as part of a critical team to create a new energy and excitement in the City of Piqua. He worked with other talented individuals to rehabilitate the Fort Piqua Plaza and tear down the old Piqua Hospital. Bill also played a critical role in leading the city's efforts to engage citizens to help make Piqua a better community.
For his efforts in the community, Bill was recognized in 2014 by the Dayton Business Journal as one of the Top 40 Young Professionals under the age of 40.
The passion and commitment to make Troy a better community
Bill is currently serving on his first term as President of Troy City Council. Previously on council, he served as Chairman of the Building Committee and also served on the Streets and Sidewalks Committee and the Utilities Committee.
Bill had the privilege to serve as a member of the Troy City Schools Board of Education for two years from 2012-2013.
Non-Profit Board Service
Bill has an extensive history of board service, including serving as a board member of the Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services and the Miami County Community Action Council. He also served as President of the Board of Directors of Mainstreet Piqua, Inc. and is currently serving as President of the Council on Rural Service Programs, Inc. and the Miami County Continuum of Care. Bill also is a founding member of Neighborlink Miami Valley, Inc. and the Miami County Food Insecurity Alliance, Inc.
A strong foundation for a career in public service
Wright State University
Bachelor of Science, Urban Affairs, 2000
Master of Public Administration, 2002
Bill attended Wright State University after graduating from Troy High School. He graduated with honors with a Bachelor's Degree in Urban Affairs and was honored with the opportunity to serve the university as Graduate Research Assistance, where we earned his Master of Public Administration degree.
While at Wright State, Bill was honored as an Outstanding Graduate Student and was inducted in both the Golden Key National Honor Society and Pi Alpha Alpha, the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.
In 2016, Bill was honored to be named an Outstanding Alumni from the College of Liberal Arts at Wright State University.
LISTENING TO YOU
As I talk with fellow citizens, these are the things people say matter to them.
Values and Vision
Citizens want to know that elected officials will take the time to listen to what citizen's value.
Citizens want to know that our local officials are good stewards of the resources they have been entrusted.
Citizens want to know what is happening at City Hall and want access to clear and understandable information.
Citizens want elected officials that are critically thinking about real problems and potential solutions.
WHY I AM SERVING
These are some of the ideas and concepts I want to bring forward as a candidate
I believe that citizens that are informed and participate in local government provide wisdom and guidance to our city's leaders
I believe that government efficiency should be a standard operating principle
I believe that creating excellent infrastructure means that having clean water and safe streets create increased economic opportunities
I believe that by providing economic opportunities for our residents, we will be creating the foundation of our city's success
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