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Letter: Sarah Smith Hymes has the experience Eagle 久久热精品视频app needs

I am writing to encourage anyone eligible to vote in the June 25 Democratic primary to vote for Sarah Smith Hymes. We are lucky to have two outstanding Democratic candidates from which to choose, but at this time and place in Eagle 久久热精品视频app, with so many ongoing issues and challenges before us, the choice boils down to one word: experience.

Sarah brings the kind of vision and experience we need at this time.聽She has been engaged and involved in public service on so many levels over the years.聽Her contribution to the valley through her service on the boards for the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District, the Avon Town Council (where she served as mayor), affordable housing, the Climate Action Committee and the Eagle 久久热精品视频app Charter Academy represents just a snapshot of her commitment and engagement to the betterment, sustainability and quality of life we so value.

She has worked closely with the key players, both locally and regionally. She knows that the solutions to our county’s challenges will require out-of-the-box thinking, creativity and collaboration with all of the stakeholders, including our valley’s largest employers to affect positive change and progress.



Eagle 久久热精品视频app’s current board has done an admirable job in addressing the many growth-related issues in our valley, especially regarding housing and transportation, protecting our wildlife and environment, water quality and more. However, the ongoing challenge of staffing our businesses, our schools and health care systems continues to be directly impacted by the lack of viable housing options. Sarah has passionately dealt with these issues in real-time and continues to do so.

Let’s maintain this hard-earned momentum by putting Sarah Smith Hymes on the board of commissioners. She’s already been working for years toward building a better future for the valley, and she’ll be ready to continue that mission on day one.

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Howard Leavitt
Avon


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