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Letters to the Editor

Proven track record

To the Editor:

Pam Fender is the natural choice for Grafton Township supervisor. She served two terms as a Huntley trustee, voted against tax increases, fought ComEd, saw to the completion of municipal programs including Algonquin Road and Route 47 widening, Interstate 90 full exchange, and the leaf-burning ban.

Pam lobbied for our new Centegra Hospital. With $50 of her own money and big plans, she created the Huntley Fall Festival, a community event that netted $50,000 profit in its first year. When a neighbor’s child was diagnosed with brain cancer, she created fundraisers to offer significant financial help. 

Pam organized volunteers and donations to paint apartments and supply landscaping for an apartment complex for low-income seniors and disabled adults. 

Pam has been the president of many organizations and won three community service awards. She is a leader with a proven track record.

Please vote her Feb. 26 and April 9.

Cory Ladd

Lake in the Hills

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