Retain Mayor Nehring | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

I have known Jon outside of his Mayoral capacity for years, and have always respected him as a person. I know that Jon Nehring and his family have been heavily involved in making Marysville a better community long before he held elected office. I have personally provided service in the community for years as well, through church, Boy Scouts and other activities, but have never seen a Mayor as supportive as he is, in recognizing citizens for their volunteer work.

I have known Jon outside of his Mayoral capacity for years, and have always respected him as a person. I know that Jon Nehring and his family have been heavily involved in making Marysville a better community long before he held elected office. I have personally provided service in the community for years as well, through church, Boy Scouts and other activities, but have never seen a Mayor as supportive as he is, in recognizing citizens for their volunteer work.

Jon knows how to garner support from the community to get people involved in their local areas as well. You see Jon everywhere promoting Marysville, its businesses, and in support of the many great projects and organizations in our city. I have attended many City Council meetings, and have found that Mayor Jon’s many years of private sector business experience as well as his City Council and Mayoral experience have proven to be a huge asset as he leads Marysville at such a critical time. I was encouraged and proud to learn that Marysville is one of the few cities that is sound financially, has plans for significant traffic infrastructure improvements, and also has a plan to attract manufacturing jobs to our area. These things can only help our city grow to be even better.

I feel using Mayor Nehring’s leadership and experience is the way to keep Marysville on the right track. Please join me in voting to retain Jon Nehring as Mayor.

Scott Sherwood

Marysville

 

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