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October 30, 2013

Letters to the Editor: Oct. 30, 2013

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Because of her background and love for accounting, tax collecting is a natural fit for Tina. She will serve the Town of Jay well with her skills.

Make your mark for Tina on Nov. 5.

DANIEL FENTON

AuSable Forks

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Carlo support

TO THE EDITOR: Maureen Carlo is young and energetic, willing to work hard to represent the best interests of all of us who live in Ward 1.

Our city’s outlook is promising, but we face many issues as we try to grow in a positive direction. We will benefit from voting in some new blood, fresh ideas and a pro-active approach to finding solutions.

I am Maureen’s neighbor and friend, but I have also been privileged to join her for a short time on the Board of Directors at Lake Country Village. Seeing her in action, I am convinced that Maureen Carlo’s spark will brighten our future. Give her your vote.

NAOMI BRADSHAW

Plattsburgh

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Cashman goals

TO THE EDITOR: One of the greatest influences in my life was my Aunt Hazel.

She lived to the wise age of 102 and instilled in me the values of hard work, community and service.

I have kept these values close to my heart, and it is with these values in mind that I’m running for Plattsburgh Town Council.

My passion for our community inspired me to work hard to make our community better. I have served as the president of the Adirondack Young Professional group’s founding Board of Directors. I am serving as vice president for the Town of Plattsburgh Local Development Corp., and I am a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals.

My position at SUNY Plattsburgh involves working with college students every day to engage them in community-service projects like the Relay for Life and the annual Day of Caring, our region’s largest day of service. My involvement with groups like these have helped me to listen, learn and lead.

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