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Indian HIlls General Improvement District


Kathryn Clark

Occupation: Retired

Education: In 2000 Kathryn achieved her master of arts

Record of Service: Kathryn worked at Western Nevada Community College for over 20 years where she was very involved with the Classified Council being active President. Kathryn was instrumental in coordinating many council events that are still held today, such as the Book Fair, Bake Sale, College Employee Retreat and in the past the “Shabby & Chic” rummage sale.


Kathryn is a native Nevadan who takes pride in her community. Kathryn has resided in the wonderful neighborhood of Indian Hills where she served on the Board of Trustees for two years. Her continued dedication and support to the District has been phenomenal. Kathryn is responsible for helping with the concept and design of James Lee Dog Park and Valley Vista Park. Kathryn’s motivation and experience has helped the District’s recreation department flourish with events like the District’s Christmas Event, Easter Egg Hunt and Canine Extravaganza. Kathryn created the yard improvement contest, Summer Kick-off Party and continues to volunteer every year. Without Kathryn’s dedication the thriving North County Senior Lunch program would not exist. Kathryn is an intelligent and highly respected member of the community, she always has a positive outlook and genuinely cares about her community.

Bill Eisele

Occupation: Incumbent trustee

Place of residence: 850 Amador Circle for 14 years

Age: 77

Record of Service: Three terms as Indian Hills General Improvement District

I have an excellent track record of civil and public service at both the municipal and county levels. My expertise is in areas of fiscal management and budgetary controls; infrastructure development, maintenance ad improvement; in capital projects design, development and management and in personnel selection, discipline and grievances. My strengths are in cost controls, project quality adherence with always keeping the taxpayer interest first and foremost.


At this time my main goals are:

1. Road maintenance and improvements.

2. To work on the establishment of a new community center.

3. To continue working with county, state and federal agencies for the best interests of Indian Hills.

Robert M Garcia

Place and length of residence: 3277 Dog Leg Drive, Minden 3 years, as of July 2018

Occupation: Senior Analyst Specialist, Global Solutions Strategy and Development at Hitachi Vantara

Age: 56

Contact Info:

Home Office: 775/267-5723

Record of service:

Public Service Experience/Past Affiliations

Former School Board President N.C.L.U.S.D.

Founding VP, Non-Profit W.F.R.N.

Former direct report, Chief of Police SJSU

·Former direct report, Provost CSU Stanislaus

·Former member Stanislaus Asthma Coalition

·Former member Stanislaus Children’s Council

·Former member CAC, Hitachi Foundation

·Former member CSBA / CLSBA / NALEO / CCE

Education (Schools attended and degrees obtained)

BS, Business Management – University of Phoenix


I work for HitachiVantara as a Senior Business Analyst Specialist. I am an experienced collaborator and lifelong community volunteer, seeking to advocate in the best interest of IHGID as your representative at large. My goal is to be an active participant in the community where I work, live, play, and worship.

I have an inclusive leadership style and exercise a reasoning approach to problem solving. I believe my experience as an Appointed and Elected Public Official, and my work in both Public and Private Sectors afford me broad-based real-world experiences I can draw on to bring value and current insights into board discussions. I believe respectful and healthy debate is a cornerstone to sound decision making.

My pledge, should I be elected, is to practice informed and objective decision making based on input from all resources and subject matter experts available to me. I will not hesitate to speak my mind or vote my conscience. I will endeavor to promote open and honest communication at board meetings.

It is my plan, and earnest desire, to donate the majority of any board compensation I received back to the community.

Gennady Stolyarov II

Length of Residence: 8.5 years

Occupation: Actuary

Age: 31

Record of Service: 9.25 years of service for the State of Nevada, Division of Insurance, as an actuary, including 5 years as Lead Actuary for Property and Casualty Insurance

Education: Bachelor of Sciences from Hillsdale College (2009) in Economics, Mathematics, and German. Professional insurance credentials of Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA), Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS), Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA), Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Reinsurance (ARe), Associate in Regulation and Compliance (ARC), Associate in Personal Insurance (API), Associate in Insurance Services (AIS), Accredited Insurance Examiner (AIE), and Associate in Insurance Accounting and Finance (AIAF).

Honors: CPCU and ARC Distinguished Graduate Awards (2012) for earning the highest scores on exams leading to these designations, ARe and API Awards in Academic Excellence (2011-2012), Salutatorian at Hillsdale College (2009), Awards in numerous mathematics, science, oratory, debate, and running competitions.

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Platform: Through reason, technology, and respect for property rights, we can live well and improve.

When it comes to quality of life in a neighborhood, we all have shared values that enable common ground to be found. I will strive to engage sincerely and transparently with each interested resident, and find creative solutions that meet as many residents’ goals as possible. Life is not a zero-sum game; I believe we can have more of everything that everyone considers good. While residing in the IHGID, I observed significant improvement in key infrastructure. I hope to encourage and work toward further progress wherever possible. I strongly advocate emerging technologies in a wide variety of realms. I will thoroughly explore which new advances can enable the IHGID to fulfill its purposes cost-effectively, while improving service quality.

I stand for homeowners’ property rights and hold that one’s home is one’s inviolable personal domain. Choices about esthetics (home décor, color, texture, landscaping, outdoor furniture, statuary, and other purely visual elements) should be entirely within the owner’s discretion. I oppose any plan to establish a homeowners’ association within the IHGID, and I support keeping the IHGID’s roles as currently defined. The only justifiable restrictions on a homeowner’s prerogatives should be considerations of the health and safety of others, as well as others’ ability to rightfully use the neighborhood’s common elements. Our neighborhood’s great appearance can be and has been achieved informally and voluntarily, by people respecting others and arranging improvements amongst themselves.