Sardinia voters: do your research on board candidates
Wednesday October 9, 2013 | By:Robert Church |
Here we go again. Several years ago, the town of Sardinia had a new political party that came into focus, Sardinia First. That new party promoted a more professional leadership and a change in philosophy. Once they got elected, it went down the tubes. What a mess.
For the last four years, we have had unity, leadership and a policy that helped families to live better in the town of Sardinia. The Tax Relief Program, for example. This program is designed to give families relief in their taxes. It passed the town board with a vote of 4-1. Now, the person who voted against this program to give assistance to senior citizens and all families financially, wants to be elected to the town board.
Sardiniaís three primary designees, Dan, Carla and Dale, want to engage in a new program. For example, Repeal the Tax Relief Program. Letís take a look at these individualsí qualifications, such as: do they have higher education? Management experience? Organizational skills? Or are they all emotion with no common sense?
We should study this situation, before we vote on election day. Vote for Bev, Cheryl and Len on the Conservative line. Letís have a professional, caring team in place.