Taren Komadina -- Cleveland trustee candidate

Originally Posted Online: April 03, 2013, 11:28 pm
Last Updated: April 04, 2013, 12:02 am
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NAME: Taren Komadina
AGE: 30
ADDRESS: Cleveland
OCCUPATION: Certified orthodontic assistant
FAMILY: Son, Tyler Miller
EDUCATION: Graduated from Geneseo High School and Scott Community College dental assistant program
OFFICE SOUGHT: Cleveland village trustee
WHY RUNNING: I have been living in Cleveland for two years and I want to help make the village a better place to live in.
KEY ISSUE: To help bring stability and consensus to the village board.
COMMENTS: I would like to be more involved in the community and listen to what the people of Cleveland want and focus on those issues.

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