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Straighten out mess

Published: Saturday, April 6, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

To the Editor:

There are two candidates running for Grafton Township supervisor in the April 9 election. Jim Kearns is best suited for the job. His business and financial knowledge far outweigh his opponent’s. Straightening out the mess of the previous administration will require serious effort and financial skills.

In my opinion, the other candidate doesn’t possess these skills to get the job done. Organizing painting parties and picnics doesn’t make her suited for the job. She has so many visions of starting new programs but doesn’t realize the township is in a financial mess. Let alone, many of these programs she mentions are already in place. I think she will be overwhelmed in this position.

Please vote in supervisor candidate Jim Kearns and the other Restore independent candidates on April 9.

Rick Lueth


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