Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Haemmerle has grasp of issues


Economic challenges, positive solutions to our airport dilemma, equity to citizens with annexations, quality and responsive city services, working to get people back to work, and a listening ear responding to the needs of our citizens are solid platform issues that Fritz Haemmerle has identified to work on. Leadership qualities are espoused in Fritz's ability to make decisive decisions with clarity after evaluating pros and cons of important issues. He has the stamina and willingness to see tasks to completion.

Haemmerle, a native son of the Wood River Valley, has watched the trends and events that have shaped and created the character of the place we call home. His proven leadership of maintaining a local law firm with his spouse contributes to our economic well-being and understanding of what it takes to make a successful business function.

Serving on the Snake River Basin adjudication court gives him insight and understanding, both practically and legally, with water issues. Being a prosecuting attorney has provided experience with privileged understanding to legal problems facing our population.

Civic involvement in the area proves that he has given back to his community. Rotarun, where youth learn to ski, race, interact and participate in wholesome recreation, has benefited greatly from Fritz's dedication and expertise.

Serving on our City Council for the last four years and now as council president has provided even additional insight for clear direction for the future for our city. Leadership, dedication to tasks and vision to face dire concerns of our current society in this day and age are the traits that speak to the candidate we need to be the next mayor of Hailey.

Thank you and vote on Nov. 8. It is your responsibility and right.

John and Joan Davies

Hailey




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