Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Support Lobb


     For the past five or six years, Peter Lobb has attended a majority of Hailey City Council meetings. As a result, he is well informed on the issues and acutely aware that public comment has been overwhelmingly opposed to the annexation of Quigley Ranch. Peter is not participating in any hidden agendas and understands Hailey’s citizens have already inherited sufficient liabilities associated with the approval of excessive residential development.

     Disposition is critical.  Peter is rational and listens thoughtfully, intelligently applying logic and reason to any discussion of the issues. His positions are substantiated by facts rather than relationships corrupted by monetary influences.  His sense of humor exhibits the emotional balance desirable in elected officials.

Peter's only motivation is the best interests of Hailey and its citizens. I encourage everyone who truly cares about the future of Hailey to support him.

William F. Hughes

Hailey




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