Support Nehring for Marysville Mayor | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

As a 10-year resident of Marysville, I would like to voice my support to retain Jon Nehring as Marysville’s Mayor. I have known Jon for eight years through his involvement in community programs. Jon truly cares about Marysville and the people that live here.

As a 10-year resident of Marysville, I would like to voice my support to retain Jon Nehring as Marysville’s Mayor.  I have known Jon for eight years through his involvement in community programs.  Jon truly cares about Marysville and the people that live here.

Many times I have witnessed Jon speaking with people around town, listening respectfully to their concerns about the state of our city and its future. Jon is a leader who effectively communicates and takes action on behalf of the peoples he represents.

Jon Nehring is a hard working civil servant with high integrity.  He is committed to fiscal responsibility, and I believe that his vision will keep Marysville thriving and on the right track.

Sarah Chism

Marysville

 

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