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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted October 19, 2020

 

Dear Editor:
 

 It's time for the American people to have a say in something!  Election Day is just around the corner.  It's time for us to look back on the job being done by the people in office to see if they deserve another term.

 

 I would like to share my opinion of the local DeWitt County Board members that are serving the county now.  Over the last few years, DeWitt County has had many hard decisions that have needed to be made.

 

They have worked hard to find answers to problems that benefit all of us that live in DeWitt County. Their experience and knowledge is priceless and has proven their value to those of us that live within this County.

 

CAMILLE REDMAN and LANCE REECE from District A, CHRISTY PRUSER from District B, and DAVID NEWBERG, JAY WICKHAUSER, and SCOTT NIMMO from District C  have all worked with the other Board members to decide on issues that have been a great benefit to the entire County.

 I have had the opportunity to sit in on some of the Board meetings and have been impressed with the willingness and commitment that is shown in the way the meetings have been conducted.

 

It is good to see them weigh the pros and cons after many hours behind the scenes studying the proposals that have needed to be decided. 

 

Many members of various Boards are not willing to put in the time and effort to thoroughly understand the way each and every vote effects the County as a whole.

 

Please help me show our appreciation for the current County Board members by voting for them to continue the good work they have done and will continue to do for US!

 

Sonna Hoke

Clinton, IL 61727

 

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