Support Mayor Nehring | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

After researching the information on both our current Mayor Jon Nehring and his opponent Kelly Wright this election season the voting members of our family have decided to vote for Jon Nehring to continue as Mayor of Marysville.

After researching the information on both our current Mayor Jon Nehring and his opponent Kelly Wright this election season the voting members of our family have decided to vote for Jon Nehring to continue as Mayor of Marysville.

Jon Nehring has already produced proven and positive results in a difficult environment by achieving financial stability for our city and maintaining the core functions of government at a high level. Nehring has plans to improve our traffic with projects already underway and paid for as well as future projects that he has worked hard on and has specific ways to pay for without raising taxes.

The challenger Kelly Wright has some very general suggestions for grandiose “large urban-city style” overpasses, etc. but when looking deeper they are very expensive (upwards of 80-100 million dollars) and he offers no specifics on how he would pay for them.  We don’t need expensive bridges to nowhere that wipe out the businesses beneath them in Marysville.

Let’s keep the steady and proven leadership of Nehring. His extensive business career coupled with his eight-plus years on the City Council and 14 months as Mayor show in his command of the challenges facing the city and how to deal with them “specifically.”

Please vote to retain Jon Nehring as Mayor of Marysville

Brad Nobach

Marysville

 

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