Rosemary Wilson knows a few things about creating jobs. Job creators need a pro-business environment, lower taxes on job creators and a positive attitude for investment and growth. Rosemary Wilson has been a fighter for all of these. That’s why Virginia Beach has survived the national recession and is poised to grow again.
Rosemary Wilson has opposed tax increases throughout her career, and has championed tax cuts. She proposed eliminating the Business Professional Occupational License tax for two years for companies that open in Virginia Beach. Those are new jobs, new companies and new economic growth.Read More
Rosemary Wilson understands the value of a fine school system. She’s a former teacher, and before citizens of Virginia Beach elected her to City Council, Rosemary served as Vice-Chairman of the Virginia Beach School Board.
Rosemary has always fought for teachers and for giving students the best possible education. She also understands that great schools and great teaching don’t happen by accident. It takes a lot of hard work from a lot of dedicated professionals.
And Rosemary understands that fine education requires investment, and Rosemary has been fighting for proper investments in education year after year.Read More
Leader for Volunteerism and Heritage
Virginia Beach Councilwoman Rosemary Wilson has been honored by Virginia Lawyers Media as a member of the Class of 2012 of “Influential Women of Virginia.” As president of the Virginia Municipal League, Mrs. Wilson was appointed to the class in recognition of her strong support of statewide economic development initiatives; her efforts to raise the profile of grassroots community volunteerism; and her dedication to preserving the unique historic heritage of the City of Virginia Beach.Read More