Wyndham said knowing where the city stands in many aspects is a primary concern of his.
"One of the first things I intend to do is find out what we have to work with," Wyndham said. "We certainly need to finish out current projects that have been started where there's time and money invested in; we need to see those through.
"Then at that point we can start looking at new projects."
One thing the soon-to-be in office mayor said would always be on his mind is the state of the roads in Brazil.
"A lot of people are still upset with the streets situation," Wyndham said. "That's probably one thing that we're really going to concentrate on and really give that a lot of our effort."
Wyndham said it might be more of a replace than repair situation when it comes to some of the more damaged roads, and he needs to see what the city has at its disposal in terms of equipment.
"I need to look at what equipment (the city has)," Wyndham said. "Do our guys have the available equipment in order to do the necessary repairs? That may be an issue there also.
"So there has to be a lot of fact finding done on my part; do we have the staff to do it, do we have the equipment to do it? And if we can establish that, then it's (about) going after funding."
Wyndham said there will be a transition period at the beginning of his tenure but noted having an experienced council to work with will help.
"There's an experienced council, with a mix of new people, which will bring some fresh perspectives, not to discount the people that have been there," Wyndham said.
He also said he looks forward to working with the city employees but alluded to some changes that might be on the horizon.
"We have some good people already involved, as far as employees of the city; they're good folks, and I look forward to working with them," Wyndham said.
"There will be a couple changes. I'll announce that a little later when I'm in there, as far as police and fire chief."
He noted there are some major differences between the mayor job and what he did previously.
"This is new territory for me, as far as a lot of things that I'll be involved in," Wyndham said. "As far as the day-to-day operations, it's a different position.
"As a county councilman we're purely legislative ... whereas as mayor, it's purely administrative. And I'm excited about being involved in day-to-day operations; I'm a hands-on person. I like that opportunity to be more involved."
Wyndham said he will do his best to deliver for the citizens of Brazil.
"Our job as elected officials is to try to carry out the wants and the needs for the people living in the area and town, to the best of our ability," Wyndham said.
"One of my main responsibilities is to define reality--that's what we need to do, and then we can move forward from there."
Wyndham said that accessibility for elected officials is also important, and he will have an "open door policy."
With all things considered, Wyndham said he is confident and ready to start his term as mayor.