Friday, October 28, 2011

Support Peter Lobb for City Council


I am writing to support Peter Lobb for the Hailey City Council. I have known Peter for more than 15 years as a friend and as a manager for my business, Native Landscapes.

As a valued team member in Native Landscapes, Peter was the consummate professional, able to listen and take direction when appropriate but capable of assessing a situation, devising a solution and implementing it whenever necessary. Peter is very practical in his thinking with a great sense of making himself invaluable when relating to clients. This combination of intelligence and common sense coupled with a dedicated work ethic will serve him well in city government.

As a friend, I have always been impressed by the care and compassion Peter shows for his friends and for members of his community. Peter has gone out of his way more times than I can remember to help others experiencing difficult financial or personal times in their lives. His compassion and willingness to act to help others is a quality I believe necessary when representing others and will serve him well in city government.

As past and current members of city government can attest Peter has spent countless hours attending City Council and other government meetings. Peter is passionate about the city of Hailey and the issues that define it and isn't afraid to express his viewpoint even when it may be controversial. Each of us enjoys an exceptional quality of life here in the Wood River Valley. Peter understands this intimately and I believe will work hard to make sure it continues into the future.

I encourage you to vote for Peter in the upcoming election.

Kelley Weston

Hailey




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