Serving Sullivan for 25 years, Miner seeks re-election

To the town of Sullivan residents:

I am running for re-election to the Sullivan Town Board and am asking for your vote Nov. 3.

Several projects I have worked on in the past ten years are in their final stages and with your help I will be able to see them thru to a successful conclusion.

One issue I hear talked about is that "We need Change."

Your current town board is bringing change. Our town is growing and soon we will start the sewers headed west from Lakeport-USA along Route 31 to Bridgeport. This is a very large project and will need all the years of experience that this board has. Tom Kopp and I have a combined total of 37 years of town board experience. We also have relocated the Parks and Recreation Department. This new location in the Chittenango Legion building will allow us to expand the senior snack program to a full five days each week. If you haven't visited the recently completed facility , you should stop by. Our new Spencer Creek Park with passive nature trails along the lake shore next to Fremac Marina will be completed this coming winter along with the Pier project at Chapman Park.

Your current town board is bringing change. We have accomplished these changes as well as other changes with no increase in town tax for the last four years.

I have been going door to door to meet each of you. I have already covered several roads and hope to be on your road soon. If I miss you, you can contact me at anytime by calling my home phone number 633-2980 or e-mail me at lakeview@aol.com. This contact information is good 365 days a year. When I am out of town I carry my cell phone with me at all times so that I may respond to your call to my home phone at 633-2980. I also take my laptop computer to answer your e-mails. You can always look up my telephone number in the big book or our local Rotary Telephone book.

Please vote for Top Kopp and Dave Miner on November 3rd to keep change and low taxes. Thank you for your support as your Town of Sullivan Councilman over the past 25 years.



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