Bill Lindlau bio
- Married to my wife Cathy for 36 years. 2 sons and 4 grandchildren
- Retired Firefighter Paramedic 30+ years of service
- Vice President Indian Harbor Estates Association
- Member Coastal Conservation Association
- Marine Discovery Center Volunteer
- Event based paramedic at Daytona International Speedway
- Volusia County Firefighters Local 357
- NSB Board Of Realtors
- Osceola County Firefighters Local 3284
- Volusia County AFL/CIO
We need to improve infrastructure to attract new businesses to our city. Business dollars need to stay in Oak Hill and not in other communities. Improving the water / sewer systems would help lure businesses here.
The addition of fire hydrants throughout the city could allow for lower homeowners insurance rates.
Sewer systems are needed to take some of the pressure off of the lagoon. There are currently nearly 600,000 septic systems around the Indian River Lagoon.
We need to adopt more effective rules and regulations to help save the Lagoon and the Indian River
We need to look for ways to filter storm water before returning it to the lagoon so it is cleaner and has fewer nutrients released back into the water. I also hope that education of our residents in native Florida grasses and plants that do not need fertilizers and water can help stem the tide of excessive runoff entering the river. Encouraging developers to adopt a more environmentally friendly footprint is good for everyone.
We need controlled growth so we can plan for our city’s future that is not influenced by the surrounding cities and counties.
I would like to see rescue units in all county fire stations increasing manpower and reducing EMS transport response times. I would like to see more cooperation with the county and surrounding cities to improve services available to our citizens.