To the Editor: Ash supports Milligan for council
Written by Galen L. Ash   
Monday, 21 October 2013 10:22
Nov. 5, 2013, is Election Day and I encourage all registered voters in Bowling Green to go to the polls and vote. This is the day you can have a voice in selecting the candidates you believe will do the best job representing you and serving your City. Three of the Ward councilpersons are unopposed; however, there are two candidates running for the Fourth Ward, one of which will be elected, and three candidates running for Council-at-Large, two of which will be elected.
One of the Council-at-Large candidates on the ballot is Sandy Milligan. Sandy is a lifelong Bowling Green resident. She has been the owner-manager of Milligan Workshops Inc. since 1986 and can certainly bring a business perspective to City Council.
Sandy clearly understands the importance of fiscal responsibility and living within one's means. She also understands when there is a need to negotiate and/or compromise and when it's best to stand firm.
Sandy currently serves on the City's Zoning Board of Appeals, is a member of the Chamber of Commerce serving as Treasurer, is a recent graduate of Leadership BG, and a member of the Ohio Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business where she serves on its Leadership Council Board.
She is also a volunteer for the American Cancer Society and has helped maintain Downtown BG's flowers and plantings.
Sandy truly cares about the well-being of Bowling Green and would like the opportunity to serve and keep it a great place to live. She is highly qualified to serve and I hope you will join me in voting for Sandy Milligan on Nov. 5.
Galen L. Ash
Bowling Green

Front Page Stories

Rossford schools to put levy on fall ballot
07/22/2014 | BILL RYAN, Sentinel Staff Writer
article thumbnail

ROSSFORD - Voters in the Rossford School District will be asked to approve a new 4.49- [ ... ]

Custar man ruled not competent
07/22/2014 | PETER KUEBECK, Sentinel Staff Writer
article thumbnail

File photo. Thomas Boyer, left, is seen with his attorney. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tri [ ... ]

Other Front Page Articles