|To the Editor: Charters-Gavarone, Milligan supported|
|Written by Bruce B. Stevens|
|Thursday, 31 October 2013 09:18|
I ask my fellow Bowling Green citizens to join me in voting for Sandy Milligan for the at large City Council position. I know Sandy in my position as President of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce. Sandy is currently the Treasurer for the Chamber, Sandy has been an invaluable asset to the Chamber and to the City of Bowling Green through her dedicated efforts in encouraging business development in the City of Bowling Green. Sandy will be a tireless advocate for both the City and her constituents. She studies issues and comes to decision after careful deliberation. She is a leader who is not afraid to take a stand. Most important of all she is a business owner who understands the importance of keeping a balanced budget and what it takes to be business and people friendly in this great City of ours. I encourage everyone to vote for Sandy Milligan for Bowling Green City council.
I urge my fellow Bowling Green citizens to join me in voting for Theresa Charters Gavarone for the 4th Ward City Council position. Theresa is an outstanding attorney who has been an advocate for businesses and families in the community. As past president of the Wood County Bar Association I have gotten to know Theresa while working with her on the many committees she has been involved with in the Wood County Bar Association. She and her husband own their own business and Theresa understands the challenge of living within a budget. She is also dedicated to her family and as a wife and mother she understands the challenges families are currently facing. Theresa will be a tireless advocate for businesses and families in the 4th ward. I encourage everyone to vote for Theresa Charters Gavarone for city council.
Bruce B. Stevens
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