Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Geoff Moore for Hailey mayor


Following a couple of lively conversations on issues affecting the future of Hailey, I have decided to endorse Geoffrey Moore as the mayoral candidate who will bring the energy needed to provide the fresh ideas necessary to reinvigorate what has become a stale agenda at Hailey City Hall. Just going through the motions is not enough to move Hailey forward in this economic climate. Geoff represents much-needed change.

Geoff and I discussed the formation of a committee to actively pursue economic development that might bring jobs to Hailey, a thread common to conversations I have had with others in the community currently experiencing the disturbance of financial insecurity.

This is an important election. I have attended Hailey City Council meetings where the tone is unnecessarily adversarial. Many relevant concerns expressed by citizens have been diminished and discounted, responded to with threats and attempts to manufacture hysteria in pursuit of some agenda that is quite obviously in conflict with the best interests of Hailey and its citizens.

Geoff doesn't appear to have such an agenda or any relationships that would interfere with his doing what is best for Hailey and the citizens whom he would represent. Geoff believes transparency is the best policy. The enthusiasm he has brought to his campaign would serve Hailey well if he is elected mayor.

Vote for a healthy change. Vote for Geoff Moore.

William F. Hughes

Hailey




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