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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted October 1, 2020

 

Dear Editor:

 

Vote for DeWitt County’s future Experience is a valuable characteristic in life and is especially valuable in a leadership position. We need people who are diligent,dedicated,willing to work long hours when working on important decisions, and care about the future of all the residents of DeWitt County.

 

Camille Redman, Lance Reece in District A and Dave Newberg,Scott Nimmo,and Jay Wickenhauser in District C are some of these leaders. They want to see DeWitt County grow economically and prosper by bringing in new industries. They are fiscally responsible and have never passed a budget that’s not balanced.

 

They have spent hours lobbying for the Power Plant, finding ways to fund schools and county services without increasing tax burdens and have worked in a bi-partisan manner to make the best decisions for our county.

 

If you want to see DeWitt County grow, keep budget in the black, maintain our county services and have an experienced group of leaders you will support these individuals.

 

Regards,
Peggy Lamar

Wapella

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