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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Hillery for Harmar

On Nov. 5, Harmar Township voters will choose a supervisor. When you go to vote, please think about how safe, stable and thriving our community is today. There are no more employee firings. There's also no debt, lawsuits, negative headlines or bogus websites.

The board majority has put Harmar and its residents first in all aspects of governing.

Michael Hillery has provided steady, professional leadership that has brought positive changes, including lower millage, fiscal responsibility and quality services to Harmar residents.

A vote for Michael Hillery is a vote for continued strong and ethical leadership and community growth and development.

Cast your vote on Nov. 5 to re-elect Michael Hillery as a Harmar supervisor.

Barbara Noll

Harmar

The writer is a former Harmar supervisor.

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