To the Editor: Rowland represents needs of all Bowling Green residents
Written by Anesa Miller   
Thursday, 24 October 2013 10:34
When Sandy Rowland began serving on Bowling Green City Council, she brought a fresh perspective. Two years later, she offers experience without falling into the rut of business as usual. As an at-large councilwoman, she represents the needs of the city as a whole and all its residents. Beholden to no special interest, she has advocated for children, for civil rights, and for a good college-town quality of life. She supports local and Ohio businesses, especially those struggling since the recession. In her volunteer work with Project Homeless Connect, the Black Swamp Arts Festival, and other civic organizations, Sandy demonstrates her commitment to our town and our people. She will always weigh the pros and cons of issues before council and will work for the common good. We can retain Sandy with confidence that she cares about Bowling Green now and in the future.
Anesa Miller
Bowling Green

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