Letter: Paul Sturtz the best candidate for First Ward seat on City Council

Wednesday, March 26, 2008 | 9:47 a.m. CDT; updated 8:41 a.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008

I’m voting for Paul Sturtz on April 8 because he has the good ideas, people skills, quick intelligence and the right values to be the best council person for the First Ward.

First Ward concerns are many: crime; good preschool education; safe streets for children; transportation to services; underemployment; lack of affordable, good-quality housing; and infrastructure decline.

Paul has heard these concerns first-hand as he goes door-to-door in the ward. And he will continue to be easily available to hear concerns and good ideas from his constituents after he is elected.

Paul Sturtz will work with energy and drive (and a sense of humor) to build on what’s already been accomplished for the First Ward and the city, and for what we can imagine and hope for in the future.

We need practical, knowledgeable and creative people like Paul deciding how to use our funds and resources wisely to accomplish what’s best for Columbia. Please vote for him April 8.

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