To the Editor: Rowland open to all viewpoints from citizens in Bowling Green
Written by Roger Anderson   
Friday, 25 October 2013 10:07
On Nov. 5 I recommend a vote for Councilwoman Sandy Rowland, at large representative on the Bowling Green City Council. For 27 years Sandy served as Regional Director of the U.S. Humane Society. In this position she worked with elected and appointed officials, paid staff, and volunteers to improve the conditions and lives of animals. Her experience in this position gave her valuable skills which can be directly applied to her service on City Council.
Because of U.S. Humane Society budget cuts, Sandy lost her job, but she studied and passed her tests to become a successful local realtor. In her work as Realtor, she has gained knowledge of the needs and concerns of the community and particularly, the neighborhoods, downtown Bowling Green, and Bowling Green businesses and industries.
As a City Councilperson, Sandy chairs the Council Parks and Recreation Committee which oversees the B.G. Parks and Recreation Department. As such, she is well aware of the needs and strategic plans of the department. She is a tireless advocate for the parks and of the additional needs for green space for recreation use and enjoyment in Bowling Green.
Sandy is a member of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce and of the League of Women Voters of Bowling Green. She is open to all points of view of all of the citizens of Bowling Green.
Bowling Green needs committed experienced individuals on City Council. When you cast your vote on or before Nov. 5, vote to retain Sandy Rowland as an at-large representative on the Bowling Green City Council.
Roger Anderson
Bowling Green
 

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