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Letter to the editor: Jon Wian will be an advocate

As a licensed title agent and the Westmoreland County treasurer, I am casting my vote for Jon Wian for Westmoreland County recorder of deeds. Wian’s long list of credentials gives voters the opportunity to have someone with industry knowledge leading one of the most used offices in the county.

Wian has been a licensed real estate agent since April 2015 and has taken professionalism in this field to the highest level. He is also the only candidate for the recorder of deeds office endorsed by the Realtors Association of Westmoreland, Indiana and Mon Valley, as well as the Westmoreland West Association of Realtors.

I have had the pleasure of working with Wian as my current chief deputy, where he has consistently performed his duties flawlessly, helping our office to continue to pass rigorous audits from both local and state departments, renegotiate fees with vendors to reduce costs, and interview staff to fill vacant positions.

I urge voters to choose Wian on May 21. He will be a true advocate for the recorder of deeds office.

Jared M. Squires

Mt. Pleasant Township

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