Incumbents doing a fine job in Springville
Sunday March 9, 2014 | By:Jean Moncreiff |
Village of Springville elections will be held Tuesday, March 18, 2014, from 12 noon-9 p.m., at the Municipal Building (old fire hall), 65 Franklin St. in Springville. We will be electing a mayor and two trustees.
I would like to recommend that William (Bill) Krebs be re-elected mayor. He has been very dedicated and has a continued interest in the future of our village/community. As past deputy mayor, Bill Krebs and I attended many meetings together, to enhance our understanding of projects that would benefit our village. Replacing many water lines, which has improved the quality of water, is one of the many projects. His knowledge of planning and our municipal laws for code enforcements also has been a great asset to the community. Bill Krebs is retired and has the time and energy to continue in the position of mayor.
I would also recommend re-electing Terry Skelton as village trustee. Terry Skelton has been the deputy mayor for the past two years, which shows his knowledge and commitment to the village of Springville. Terry Skelton grew up in the community and has always been interested in its future. He has volunteered many years with the Springville Youth Inc. board of directors. I know Terry Skelton will continue to dedicate his time and experience as a trustee, as he has done, in the past years.
My recommendations for the March 18 village of Springville election is: Citizens Voice candidates re-elect William (Bill) Krebs for mayor, re-elect Terry Skelton for trustee and Bob Laskowski for trustee.
Please come out and vote. Your choice is very important to the continuation of good, efficient government.