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Re-elect Alderwoman Linda Lubotsky  

To the editor,

Thank you to the voters of District 1 for the support in the primary election. The general election is April 4. Please come out and support me once again. I am looking forward to being able to continue to be a positive, straightforward and ethical leader in our city.

Alderwoman Linda Lubotsky

City of Greenfield

Greenfield has better choice

To the editor,

I was the only one to accept the challenge to be the next Greenfield mayor. Without my candidacy, this again would be a one candidate race. Are the voters in Greenfield satisfied with high debt, poor roads, empty commercial buildings, stagnant revenue and eyesores within the city with NO resolution but same old excuse and waiting for someone else stepping up to make Greenfield a better place?

My vision, creativity, education, training, practical experiences has shown that I can get results with limited resources. While getting signatures for nomination paper to be on the April 4 ballot, citizen remarked dissatisfaction with Mike’s performance. They mentioned the raising of fees for services, the absence of his returning phone calls/emails or the mayor not being available when needed and expected.

Is there anything more that Neitzke could have done to make Greenfield a better place or be in better financial condition? The silent secret in Greenfield is that our debt has being growing each year that he has been in office. From 8+ million dollars in 2004 to 66+ million dollars in 2016, and I see no reason if he is re-elected that the debt won’t continue to rise. When are, we going to start paying off this debt?

As mayor, my office will be open to all. I will be there to hear your concerns. We get the best value from every tax dollar and work with county and state government and other agencies to resolve shared community concerns. The debt can be reduced by scrutinizing every purchase made and by increasing revenue sources. I will welcome your thought and opinions on making OUR city a better place to live. Your choice should be clear. Vote Apr. 4. Vote for Ben Rucka

Ben Rucka

City of Greenfield

The election is April 4, be sure to vote

To the editor,

If extensive experience, dedication, commitment, dependability, and a “take action” work ethic are important characteristics to you, District # 1 Alderman Linda Lubotsky deserves your vote.

Alderman Lubotsky is actively involved in support of new and established business development, police, crime, neighborhood safety issues and council business in District 1.

My personal experience found Alderman Lubotsky a problem solver, a great resource and very helpfull for seniors/nNeighbors for a handyman, snow removal, neighborhood networking, residence security, safety issues and crime followup with police for our local, neighboring businesses.

A recent contact with Alderman Lubotsky for alley debris and trash issues resulted in immediate returned calls and total cleanup within hours of contact. A personal security and a home safety issue resulted in immediate follow-up contact with safety resources and police personnel in a very timely manner. As well, she is responsive to, and praised by, new and established businesses for immediately following up with crime related issues occurring in our neighborhood.

I’m sure you will agree that someone with a passion for their job brings a high level work ethic to the workplace. Alderman Lubotsky is a problem solver, very knowledgeable about our community and is actively involved in common council business initiating positive ideas, actions and discussion, speaking up for her constituents and district. Experience counts.

This is the kind of Alderman I want for District 1. The decision, of course, is yours. But a very smart choice for Greenfield is a vote for Linda Lubotsky for Alderman for District 1.

Barb Schumann

City of Greenfield

A few words of support for Lubotsky

To the editor,

Linda has always returned my calls in a timely manner. If she didn’t have the answer to my query, she would put me in contact with whomever did.

After a few conversations with Linda, it’s clear she believes the Greenfield slogan, “Pledged to Progress” and works towards that as alderwoman.

Steve Keiller

City of Greenfield

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