Neil Dwyer

As a resident of the Village since 1987, I have come to know so many of our residents through my parish, Sacred Heart Church, my business, and my community involvement.

I am married to Georgette, a lifelong resident and local business owner of Sister Act Hair & Nail Salon. Our son, Neil Jr., is a graduate of the University of Miami and a broadcast journalist.

In 2014, I was elected to the Village Board to serve as a Village Trustee and proudly serve to this day. I completely enjoy meeting with our Village residents, listening to their comments, and understanding their concerns about the community we live in. I firmly believe that locally we have the very best opportunity to effectuate positive changes in our daily lives. I am committed to that work.

In 1983, I started my construction business based in Monroe. In my industry, the clear lesson I have learned is the benefit of having a good ear and eye. This helps you hear and see what the client is asking of you, and helps you meet and exceed their expectations.

In growing my business, I have come to appreciate this important lesson. It has played a part in all aspects of my life, and I firmly believe it will play a critical role in continuing our work for the people of the Village of Monroe.

My civic-minded attitude, given to me by my parents, has allowed me to seek, participate, and support my community. I served as Cub Scout Assistant Pack Leader #340, Boy Scout Assistant Troop Leader #440, former Finance Chairman of Sacred Heart School, Board Member of the Burke Catholic Development Committee, and Treasurer of the Burke Catholic Parent Club. I have also served on the Village of Monroe Architectural Appearance Review Board.

Currently, I serve on the Monroe-Woodbury Crusader Community Coalition, our beloved MW Garden Club, and am a member of the United Monroe Executive Committee.

As a teacher of religious education at Sacred Heart Church and as a parishioner alongside my family, I have taken many opportunities to bring positive and sustainable change to all of Monroe.

I pledge to bring my energy, respect, and work ethic to the position of Mayor for the Village of Monroe. I will be steadfast and diligent in dealing with the challenges we face here in the Village today and in planning for the future. I respectfully ask for your support on March 20th.