Incumbent seeks third term on council
Councilwoman Jacqueline L. Lambert, is seeking another term on the Woodstock Town Council after serving two terms.
After eight years on the council, she said she still continues to enjoy serving the community she grew up in.
“I feel like we’re making a difference,” she said about the work the town council does for the community.
She said decisions made during her term on council include:
• Starting the planning stage of a new downtown parking lot, which will be located behind buildings on the east side of the 100 block of South Main Street.
• Updating the water treatment plant.
• Initiating capital planning, which she said had never been done before.
The council has “made a lot of positive decisions,” she said, and added she looks forward to making many more in the future if re-elected.
“I appreciate the opportunity to serve the community,” she added.
When she isn’t working with the council, Lambert works as a legal assistant for Grabill & Cook in Woodstock.
She is running unopposed for her seat on council. Councilwoman Alicia Gutshall and Councilman Michael F. Funkhouser are also running unopposed for Woodstock Town Council.
Election Day is May 3.
Contact staff writer Kaley Toy at 540-465-5137 ext. 176, or email@example.com