|To the Editor: Zanfardino backs Rowland, Piasecki|
|Written by John Zanfardino|
|Wednesday, 30 October 2013 09:42|
I am writing to urge you to retain Sandy Rowland and Rob Piasecki on Bowling Green City Council. Sandy is a candidate for an At-Large seat and Rob is seeking to retain his 4th Ward seat.
Sandy Rowland has served on Council for approximately two years and she has done an exceptional job. She fully researches the issues, raises important questions and has taken courageous stances. She is as active as any member of Council; during the last two years Sandy has attended an extraordinary number of meetings and city events. She is aware of the problems we face in our older neighborhoods and has been extremely responsive to residents. She has also played a prominent role in promoting local business and has made valuable efforts to more fully engage the student body in our downtown. We need to retain Sandy's balanced perspective!
Rob is relatively new to Council but he seems extremely poised and comfortable with the position and his responsibilities. He is a long term BG resident and alumni of BG High School. I am just getting to know Rob but his work ethic and family orientation are immediately evident. Rob recognizes the contributions and struggles of all families and workers and he brings an important perspective to our City Council. He also fully researches the issues we address, considers all perspectives and has made valuable contributions to Council discussions. He clearly loves BG and desires to do what is best for the town's residents. Please also join me helping to retain Rob Piasecki as our 4th Ward Councilman.
Please cast your votes for Sandy Rowland and Rob Piasecki. Bowling Green needs their balanced perspective and independent voices.
BG City Council President
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