Former Mayor Maggie Stock was one of Goehring’s professors at Butler County Community College, and led the city with style, she said. Stock had such style she testified for a convicted child molester asking for the judge to give him a reduced sentenced. Stock had such style that she bankrupted any possibility of the Penn ever opening again
Lee said Stock was her inspiration for wanting to run for mayor. Lee also said according to the Butler Eagle ““With the problems we’ve seen with Mayor Donaldson, it just seemed like four more years under his leadership would be the final nail in the coffin of the city. I realized the current leadership was not up to the task of preventing our city from going into Act 47,” Goehring said.”
Goehring said she would reinstate the desk sergeant position in the police department. She said a desk sergeant can prioritize calls for police service and answer questions. That in turn will cost the city $50.000.00 per year and take an officer off of the street.
She said she would expand the city’s existing Crime Watch program to help police keep neighborhoods safe. What she forgot to mention is that there is a crime watch run by the police chief. Lee said she would change that and she will expand the this pipe dream crime watch on her terms.
Goehring has been married to Matthew Menchyk who ran a teen over while drunk
for a year and a half and has three children — Codi, 9, Savanah, 11, and Devin, 18 — from her previous marriage.
She said she was born in Butler Township, but has lived in the city for 20 years.
Lee owns nothing, she works for her mothers house and lost her house to foreclosure.
Lee is proud that she got drunk at 15 and was a teen mom by the age of 16, Lee said that really teaches her about life, welfare and food-stamps and how far she has come since her mother gave her a house at 229 Oak Street.