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Change not best for Fawn

| Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, 9:00 p.m.

November will be here before we know it, and with that, so will Election Day.

Before you cast your valued vote in Fawn Township, you should know the following facts:

• The township is 100-percent debt-free.

• Pension funds are fully funded.

• The township is no longer classified as a distressed township.

• There has not been a tax increase in 18 years.

These points have been achieved by the current board of supervisors over the last 12 years.

I am encouraging everyone to educate themselves by attending township meetings and understanding what the new candidates represent.

Change in this case is not best for the future of Fawn Township.

Patricia Bryant

Fawn

The writer is a former Fawn Township secretary/treasurer and supervisor.

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