Wednesday, May 2, 2012

David has skills for council


I write today to encourage the citizens of Ketchum to consider Michael David as their main choice in Ketchum's City Council race.

Michael has been a dependable and discerning leader within our community for more than 20 years and brings a skill set that no other candidates possesses. In his days as director of the Blaine County Housing Authority, Michael successfully negotiated deal after deal that now are manifested in much of the affordable housing dispersed throughout Blaine County. His ability to mediate between sometimes contentious interest groups is a gift that will be of great benefit to our community.

Michael is a local business owner who understands what the limitations of government should be and will work to ensure that our opinions and ideas are heard and respected.

If you plan on voting, please consider Michael David as your primary choice. Now is an excellent opportunity to establish some vibrant dialogue at the City Council level. Please use your two votes wisely on May 15.

Steve Linden

Ketchum




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