Saturday, April 30, 2011

Jason Bibeau Enters Race for Treasurer

Confidendiality, Customer Service and Awareness

Jason Bibeau.

Jason is currently serving as a law enforcement supervisor, a US Army veteran, NRA life member, and a former volunteer rescue squad member. He has experience in the financial services industry and plans to bring his experience to bear on the operations of the treasurer's office.

Citing the need for confidentality, Bibeau says: "The treasure's office maintains large amounts of our citizen's financial data. I believe that it is of UTMOST importance to not share your information without proper and just legal cause." He plans to take concrete steps to assure treasury data is properly protected. Looking to his experience in the financial services market, he plans to aid compliance by improving the office's customer service. He sees a day when payment options will be available in partnership with your bank or credit union and the "trip to the window" will become a rare event.

Bibeau plans to report quarterly to the citizens of the county, letting them know the state of county affairs and generally making citizens aware of the function played by the revenues collected.

He and his wife, Angela, are members of Blue Ridge Church of Christ in Fishersville where they play an active part in children's ministries. Today he announced his Candidacy [click to read] at the County Government Center in Verona.

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