Thursday, March 10, 2016

Local builder seeks Daniell’s vacant seat

Handling growth will be the greatest challenge ahead for Oconee County, said Marcus Wiedower, 40, an announced candidate for the vacancy created on the Board of Commissioners by John Daniell’s resignation.
Wiedower, a graduate of the University of Georgia and a self-employed building contractor, said that growth will “clearly” have the greatest impact on the county. He cited the “trickle-down” effects on the schools and infrastructure, including sewer and roads.


Wiedower is a native of Atlanta who came to UGA and never left. He has lived in Oconee County for a decade, but he has worked here for longer. His company, Blueprint Builders, specializes in custom work, which includes historic renovation. He was the finishing builder of the barn that recently burned down at the Clydesdale farm near Bishop.
Local builder seeks Daniell’s vacant seat: Handling growth will be the greatest challenge ahead for Oconee County, said Marcus Wiedower, 40, an announced candidate for the vacancy created on the Board of Commissioners by John Daniell’s resignation.
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