‘Per­suaded by friends and neigh­bors’

Rappahannock News - - BIZ BIO • COM­MENT -

Rap­pa­han­nock has a good chance for bet­ter lo­cal gov­ern­ment. Chris­tine Smith, who grew up here to be a car­ing, hard-work­ing cit­i­zen, was per­suaded to run for su­per­vi­sor in Pied­mont by friends, be­cause they felt the board of su­per­vi­sors was not lis­ten­ing to them, not help­ing fire and res­cue ser­vices, and worse, wast­ing tax­pay­ers’ money.

Sim­i­larly, David Kon­ick, who has been hold­ing the BOS' feet to the fire about fol­low­ing the law, treat­ing ev­ery­one fairly, and be­ing open to the public, was per­suaded by friends and neigh­bors in Stonewall to be­come their voice for re­spon­si­bil­ity on the BOS.

Please elect Chris­tine and David so we can have lo­cal gov­ern­ment that lis­tens to ci­ti­zens, treats all ci­ti­zens equally, obeys the law, and spends tax­pay­ers’ money wisely. DE­MARIS H. MILLER Wash­ing­ton

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