|To the Editor: Charters Gavarone offers fresh ideas for BG|
|Written by Rhonda Brogan|
|Friday, 25 October 2013 11:42|
I am less than impressed by some of the candidates for city council. During the League of Women Voter's forum the members on council just repeated the same thing over and over again not giving us any new perspective than what they had already voted on, not any new items they will bring to council. I appreciate that the new candidates, who do not have access to the same information as council members, did not jump to conclusions without examining all relevant facts and community concerns. I have been talking to several of the candidates and I have to say that the one that really impresses me is Theresa Charters Gavarone. After attending BGSU, Theresa chose Bowling Green to be her home and has invested herself and her family into the community for the past 28 years. She will bring a wonderful perspective to the council as a BG small business owner, a mother of three children, attorney, and community volunteer. She is concerned about the citizens' taxes with ideas of how to bring in more businesses to help relieve the tax burden we all face.
She has lived in the Fourth Ward for 17 years and wants the best for not only the Fourth Ward but for our entire community. Theresa is concerned with the economic development of our community as well as the development of green space throughout the city. She knows the importance of having safe places for our children as well as the need for family friendly businesses for our growing city. She will also work hard to bring in industries that will provide more jobs and more money for the community. She will bring fresh ideas and a fresh perspective on how to keep Bowling Green growing and thriving. We need more people on city council like her. I am hoping that everyone in the Fourth Ward will not take this vote lightly and really look at the candidates before deciding their vote on Nov. 5.
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