Pleasant View November Election

Friday, November 3, 2017 - 3:45pm
Dawn Scothern / newsletters

Leonard Call is running for Mayor a 4 year term. Leonard Call is no stranger to Pleasant View offices. His qualifications for the job is:

·         PV City Council 8 years

·         Mayor Pro Tem for Mayors Fisher & Wheelwright

·         Pleasant View Planning Commission

·          Pleasant View Board of Adjustments

·         Director of Information Technology, Weber County Government (nearly 40 years before retiring)

·         North View Fire District EMS Deputy Chief

·         North View Fire District Treasurer

·          North View Fire District involvement (over 30 years)

Leonard Call has a few ideas on how to make Pleasant View a better place to live.

·         Bring a better mix of both commercial & industrial tax-base to lessen residential tax burdens.

·         Protect our water rights & enhance our system to ensure our water continues as Best in State.

·         Establish better traffic flow-patterns and reevaluate road maintenance cycles to better handle current demands and future changes.

·         Update our General Plans reflecting realities of today with a vision for tomorrow’s growth, keeping current residents in mind, so we all can continue to enjoy what we love and appreciate about our Pleasant View.

Leonard Call says he has extensive experience in government operations, budgets, and working with multiple agencies at all levels to get things done - pleasantly & effectively.


Toby Mileski – (Mayor) is running for a four year term as Mayor of Pleasant View. He sent a note:

Dear Voter,

It has been my honor to serve the residents of Pleasant View City these last several years, first as a city council member and as the mayor these last four years. Today, I ask for your vote November 7th to continue serving our great city. I know that together we can work towards a bright future for Pleasant View City.

Sincerely, Toby Mileski 801-782-9111 Visit: Email:

Points that Toby Mileski wants to share:                    

·         Restructured public works

·         Supervisor staff                to create more  accountability and reduce costs

·         Restructured administrative office staff and reduced costs to the city by nearly $75,000

·         Contracted building inspections to reduce staff costs                      

·         Proactive approach to water system maintenance has reduced city power costs by $10,000

·         Secured $2.4 million for the right of way                purchase and initial engineering for Skyline Drive             

·         Doubled annual                road repairs and introduced a road maintenance plan    

·         Pro-active approach to solve water problem      

·         Installed new walking paths to the West              

·         Coordinated with citizens and contractors to update the               pickle ball design and save thousands    

·         Actively engaged the Utah State               Legislature to protect Pleasant View City from unfunded              state mandates

·         Secured the fair                distribution of road taxes with the Weber Area Council of Governments



Steve Gibson for City Council Seat

Steve Gibson states, “I have lives in PV for 23 yrs. I moved here because of all the great things the city offers. I would like to see PV continue to be a place where families want to raise the next generation. We need to strengthen the Police Department to reinforce our safety and security. We need to continue to repair the roads and infrastructure, I want to get the haul trucks off 500.  We have been able to complete the environmental impact study and all the requirements to start purchasing land for the Skyland Drive that will take the trucks off the mountain and down to Highway 89. I have been on the joint committee with PV and FW to put together the 80 acre commercial DEV area just off 2700 and the Freeway to help us develop some much needed sales tax revenue.

I want to continue to improving the walking paths and parks that we have in the city. I hope to help property owners develop their property in a way that make sense for all residents and for the city.

I’m always happy to discuss any questions or concerns.

Steven Gibson PV city Council


Nate Arrington for City Council Seat

Nate Arrington is attending Weber State University, in the past year, he worked in the member service contact center for America First Credit Union and also recently served as an Especially for Youth (EFY) counselor.

What life experience makes you a good prospect for city council? I was raised in Pleasant View. I have loved growing up here and want to continue to see it improve and progress. Serving an LDS mission, working in member service, and working with youth with the EFY program have helped me learn the importance of valuing people and their different perspectives, and the importance of working together to build each other up and progress individually and collectively.

What is your prime motivation for running? It would be the support and encouragement of my immediate and extended family. I would also like to be involved in the city, its people and the decisions that are made.

(801) 782-8881



Dale Roberts works as a Farmers insurance agent.

What life experience makes you a good prospect for City Council? I am a businessman and have to live within a budget. I am raising three children and serve in several community positions.

What is your prime motivation for running? I want to help promote Pleasant View as a great place to live and do business.

 (801) 737-9698