Letter to the editor: Vote Holbert for commissioner

Posted 6/12/18

Vote Holbert for commissioner Diane Holbert has the experience, professionalism and depth of character to represent Douglas County with excellence as commissioner. Diane clearly understands that we …

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Letter to the editor: Vote Holbert for commissioner

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Vote Holbert for commissioner

Diane Holbert has the experience, professionalism and depth of character to represent Douglas County with excellence as commissioner.

Diane clearly understands that we need to preserve our quality of life in Douglas County and she has a heart for protecting our open space and historic communities. As an expert in finance, Diane has proven her skill in the complicated world of government finance and has cut budgets without cutting services. She is a steadfast and trusted steward of your hard-earned tax dollars. Diane might well be the only elected official to lead and achieve the elimination of a tax that you know — certainly in Douglas County this is correct. She also understands that placing debt obligations on our children and grandchildren is not good governance. We can provide traffic solutions without burdening future generations.

Holbert has never let us down, we know that we can trust her to keep her word and we know that she will serve all of Douglas County with a servant’s heart.

Cynthia Shipp

Lone Tree


 

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