In his words: Andy Gramlich’s vision for Lander

Lander Mayoral candidate and local businessman Andy Gramlich is asking that if you share his vision for Lander that you would consider voting for him on November 6.

Gramlich brings 28 years of supporting Lander projects and successfully managing groups as large as 500 people. While he has served as the Chair Lander Community Foundation and the Mayor’s Assisted Living Task Force, it’s his service as both a member of the Wyoming Economic Development Association (WEDA) and as the current Chairman for Lander Economic Development Association (LEDA) where Gramlich sees the most opportunity for Lander:

Lander’s community programs are doing great. We now need economic programs to be competitive with other small towns. – Andy Gramlich

“Our plans for the future of our community hinge on us being able to accelerate the economic engine,” shares Gramlich. “I’ve been excited to be a part of the initiatives to bring redundant fiber connectivity to Lander, and I’m equally passionate about the sustainability of our air service,” said the current Certified flight instructor and pilot. “We’ve been laying the foundation for many years and we’re now known as a very livable community. The attention for our future prosperity needs to shift to business growth and jobs.”

As it relates to the City, Gramlich had the following observations: “The staff at the City is comprised of highly competent people. Given my business background, I believe there are still opportunities to implement small enhancements that can return dividends. A major focus will be on infrastructure improvement.”

Recently, a Mayoral Candidate Forum was held at Lander United Methodist Church. The event was live streamed and is available in it’s entirety below. If you don’t have enough time to watch the entire hour and a half, you may find the opening statements (starting a minute 33:00) useful in determining how you will vote.

This post was sponsored and paid for by the candidate.

Have a news tip or an awesome photo to share?

Related Posts