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No change in Bell

| Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013, 9:00 p.m.

Kevin Long has been a Bell Township employee for the past five years and currently is both a township supervisor and a roadmaster.

The experience he provides to the township from years of working with road repair and maintenance, snow removal, equipment maintenance and administrative involvements is invaluable.

As a full-time supervisor, Kevin will be readily accessible every day, not just at monthly meetings.

Kevin has a CDL (commercial driver's license), which is required to operate heavy trucks with snowplows and for other truck-driving duties. He has been a loyal and dedicated employee. He enjoys the work and his involvement in township affairs.

There's no need for change in Bell and we support Kevin Long for township supervisor. We hope that other Bell residents will too.

John F.K. Bowman

Charles Kravetsky

Bell

Bowman is a township supervisor; Kravetsky is a former supervisor.

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