Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Chip Bailey for City Council


Chip Bailey has served on the Blaine County Planning and Zoning Commission since 2002, a number of years as chairman. I have had the pleasure of working on the commission with Chip the last three years, and have found him to be thoughtful and skilled, with great integrity.

Chip is not afraid to make hard decisions, and applies the standards of the Idaho Code and our community's values in his review of items before him. Chip values fairness and is adamant that the public process is followed. I know that Chip would make a fine Ketchum City Councilman, and would represent all residents equally. He knows building codes, local business and zoning processes at municipal and county levels, and would be effective at working with government officials and the public. An avid outdoorsman, he has lived in the Ketchum area for over 35 years, and cares for the area as his own backyard. Please support Chip Bailey for Ketchum City Council. You couldn't find a better public servant.

Lili Simpson

Hailey




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