Meet, Greet & Eat

Meet, Greet & EatEvery Thursday in September, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, the Glen Ellis for Fremont Mayor campaign will be hosting an opportunity for the citizens of Fremont to come out to our local parks and get to know Glen Ellis and grab a bite to eat. Hot dogs,...

Yard Signs Available

As noted in a previous post, I am not a big fan of political yard signs. I believe they can cause division between neighbors and are unattractive in general. However...Because of many requests, I now have yard signs available. Please call me at 402.512.3994 or...

The Nyes of Fremont – An American Story

With all this time at home, I finally finished one of the longest books I have ever read. “The Nyes of Fremont - An American Story” by James R Hanson. Theron Nye was born in Madison County New York. In 1857, at the age of 29, Theron made the journey to Fremont to help...

March 24th, 2020 Council Recap

This meeting was scheduled as a Special City Council Meeting because it was not a regularly scheduled meeting.  We as a council were notified on March 18 about this meeting and were told it would be a very simple agenda where the city council would simply test the...

March 10th, 2020 Council Recap

Even before I entered the City Council Chambers I could tell this was going to be a different kind of meeting. The crowd was bigger than normal and there was a stir in the air that was different. There were only 24 items on the agenda, considerably less than in past...

February 25th, 202 Council Recap

The night started out with two separate meetings being held before the City Council meeting even got started. First, the Open Public Comment was held at 6:30 pm. At 7:00 pm we started the night with the Community Development Agency meeting, then the Board of...

Milady Coffeehouse

Five years ago, my wife Nancy and I saw a need for community space in Fremont. When we started Milady Coffeehouse, we were looking to create an inviting, safe atmosphere where friends could connect, students could do homework, books could be read, and business...

February 11th, 2020 – Council Recap

We picked up where we left off from our previous meeting.  We had 11 agenda items to take care of before we could get on with the new.   This meeting ran long again and we left several items for the next meeting. Because of this pattern, I and a couple of other...

January 28th, 2020 – Council Recap

Well, the second City Council meeting of 2020 matched the first one as far as how it ended, abruptly. The meeting ran long again, not finishing the complete agenda and adjourning around 10:30 pm.   Open Public Comment Several people got up in front of the council to...

Getting to know me

Now that my intention to run for mayor is public, I think it's quite important for you to get to know me - and the best part about me, my high school sweetheart, Nancy. This woman has stuck by my side through thick and thin. She always teaches me something new, she...