Vari should be next Ches. City mayor

Cecil Whig - - OPINION -


For those many Ch­e­sa­peake City res­i­dents that know Frank Vari, the first thing that comes to our mind is ded­i­ca­tion.

He has been our coun­cil­man for mul­ti­ple terms and or­ga­nized the bian­nual Ch­e­sa­peake City runs to off­set town re­cy­cling cost, ini­ti­ated and ran the town me­tal re­cy­cle pro­gram for north and south side, rep­re­sented the town as a coun­cil member on the Plan­ning & Zon­ing Com­mit­tee, col­lected cash do­na­tions at our Sun­day evening con­certs in Pell Gar­dens, rep­re­sented Ch­e­sa­peake City at county gov­ern­men­tal meet­ings along with his hours of vol­un­teer­ing for the food bank at the Ch­e­sa­peake City Ec­u­meni­cal As­so­ci­a­tion.

We all see his lit­tle green truck on the north and south sides of Ch­e­sa­peake City, not just cam­paign­ing but also talk­ing to all the town cit­i­zens as he tries to make sure that all con­cerns are heard and voiced to coun­cil. Frank is here and has al­ways been avail­able to all of the town’s res­i­dents. He floats by town hall al­most ev­ery day just to

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