Brandon Kolo

for City Commission
Passion - Experience - Leadership

 Build a better city for a better tomorrow


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Kolo Announces New Service at the Library


At the June 27, 2017 the Royal Oak Library Board approved a resolution to add Sunday hours starting in September.  Brandon Kolo will appear before the City Commission tonight, and share the honor of announcing the new hours with fellow board member Melanie Macey.   When joining the Library Board Sunday hours were a personal goal of Kolos.  Click here for the full press release.

Campaign Kick Off


Please join me on Wednesday May 24th, 6:00 pm at the home of Garrett Nicholas and Meghan LaRocca for our kickoff celebration.  In what will be a highly contested race, early support is important.  Enjoy of evening with appetizers, beverages, and mingling with fellow supporters of a better Royal Oak.

Tickets can be purchased here


It's with great pride that I have officially accepted the nomination by the great people of Royal Oak to run for the 2-year City Commission seat.  I look forward to a summer of meeting more neighbors and listening to the voices of our community.

Sierra Club Inforamtion Session


Learning about the future

It was great meeting with the Sierra Club and hearing about the #ReadyFor100 campaign.  With the development of a new Civic Center coming to Royal Oak, the Sierra Club has a plan that could provide 100%renewable energy to our government buildings at no new cost to the city.  Conversations like these are important to grow our City!

Kolo Supports Commissioners Dubuc and Marhle in Welcoming City Resolution


I am proud to have spoken during public comment tonight in support of Commissioners Dubuc and Marhle, and their resolution that the City of Royal Oak is affirmed as a place where all foreign-born and native-born Americans can live, work, and play together, share in each other’s customs and ideals, and appreciate and promote cultural diversity.  

Read the entire resolution here

It's Offical, Kolo to enter race


It's official, I'm going to be in.  I've picked up a petition pack from the clerks office, and will be a candidate.  I can't wait to get to meet my neighbors over the next 9 months.  Click here for my Bio

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