By: Donald Cyphers Investigative reporter
Syndicated by: Montana News
Billings Mt.,--//MNA Press//-- 10 candidates have thrown their hat into the political ring, all with expectations of becoming the next ward #4 Council seat that has a remaining term of (2) years that former Councilman Ryan Sullivan was elected.
Former Councilman Ryan Sullivan was forced to give up his city councilman seat due to his employment obligations that required him to move.
In a brief summary, the Montana News wants to highlight areas of each candidate. Third Ward #4 Candidate is:
Lammers Professional who says that he has a “unique insight needed in city leadership” Lammers feels that his interests for the City of Billings is a rejuvenation of the interior corridor, yet flourishing urban renewal.
Lammers wants to create and open, balanced political dialog among residences that live in the City of Billings.
Rich Lammers grew up in Boise Id,
Lammers attended medical school in Arizona and completed his residency in the state of Pennsylvania.
Rich Lammers wanted to bring his family to a Western city where the ethical and moral roots where he and his wife could raise their family.
Lammers grew up in Boise ID and feels that he understands how a smaller community operates.
Lammers Wants to see the city of Billings evolve into a more “vibrant city.”
Rich Lammers is an ER Physician and deals first hand, front-line community difficulties from both health and social perspectives.
Rich Lammers feels that he could bring a fresh direction to Billings.
Lammers has been a It Consultant, Foreign Language Interpreter (Spanish), Lead ER Scribe Instructor, Assistant Medical Staff, Staff Physician, Team Physician, Chief Resident, Medical Director and Attending Physician.