Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Moore is aware of citizensí needs

Geoffrey Moore has served the citizens of Hailey for more than 15 years, and I am proud to endorse him for Hailey mayor. Now in his second term with the Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission, Geoff has a deep understanding of the citizens' concerns regarding development, and he uses professionalism and a high ethical standard to help preserve our community's values and promote sustainability through smart, efficient land use.

Geoff has given his time to sit on the Impact Development Fee Committee, participate in various ad-hoc committees and has been a fixture at City Council meetings for years because he cares deeply about our community and wants to see Hailey retain the unique character and quality of life that his family has enjoyed.

In Geoff's 12 years with the Hailey Volunteer Fire Department, he rose to the command rank of lieutenant due to his dedication and ability to make sound decisions in tough situations. I have been fortunate to volunteer with Geoff in Blaine County Search and Rescue, where he consistently strives to expand his skills to better support those who recreate outdoors.

His early years in the valley were spent in the trades swinging a hammer, and Geoff still has many ties to the backbone of this community who struggle to keep their livelihoods and homes in Hailey. Geoff is not one to jump on special-interest bandwagons or quickly endorse the latest feel-good project; his recommendations consistently retain an eagle eye toward fiscal responsibility and are focused on the greater good for all of us.

I expect Moore for mayor and I think you should too.

Clay Landon


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