Both candidates actively support their communities. Tom has served multiple terms as board member then president of the Cliff Haven Homeowners Association. He is deeply committed to working with youth groups and Boy Scouts.
Bill served on the Town Zoning Board of Appeals. He is a founding member of the Adirondack Builders Association, past president and long-serving treasurer. He has worked on the Strand and Valcour lighthouse projects.
Tom’s budget experience includes building, and staying within, mufti-million-dollar budgets for the Boy Scouts Adirondack Council. He now serves as a board member for the Twin Rivers Council, responsible for 11,000 youth and 800 volunteers in 13 counties.
For nearly 30 years, Bill has worked to spend money effectively. As a business owner and general manager/comptroller, he works constantly with budgets and budgetary constraints.
Tom and Bill have the commitment and fiscal experience to help return the Town of Plattsburgh to its former financial well-being. They support initiatives to attract people and businesses to our area. They are dedicated to responsibly develop access to and enjoyment of the fine resources of our area.
Tom and Bill will work for town residents to address their ideas and concerns.
Please vote for Tom Metz and Bill Brudwig to serve on the Plattsburgh Town Council.
TO THE EDITOR: Years ago, I supported Michael Morales for Beekmantown Town Council because I wanted a councilor who would critically analyze issues, listen to all sides, work hard and conduct business in an open and transparent manner.
Mr. Morales has exceeded my expectations in all of these areas. I would strongly encourage all Beekmantown residents to re-elect Mr. Morales as Beekmantown town councilor.
Mr. Morales has set a standard by which other elected officials can be measured against. As a board member on the Beekmantown Central School District, I measure myself against this standard.