Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Nina Jonas best candidate for mayor

    I’m supporting Nina Jonas for Ketchum Mayor for a few simple reasons: Nina knows that our community is at its best when everyone works together to make it thrive. She’ll work diligently to make sure all voices are heard.
    Nina is a third-generation Wood River Valley native and local small-business owner. She loves Ketchum and sees the good in our community and the potential it has to grow and prosper, economically, creatively, and socially. As the owner of a successful restaurant, she understands the challenges of making a life here. Nina understands that Ketchum needs to cater to tourists and to those of us that live here year-round.
    Nina will be a compassionate leader who will engage every part of our town; who will encourage and guide Ketchum to use our best assets to better our community, attract new businesses, and set a plan for the next generation to thrive here.
    Her love for Ketchum is contagious—I see it up close at Rickshaw, where Nina has been my employer and friend for several years—she will work tirelessly as our public servant. It’s time for a change—Ketchum needs Nina Jonas for mayor.
Cameron Packer

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