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Letter: Vote on Tuesday, Landis

I would like to encourage the residents of the town of Landis if you haven’t already voted to get out and vote next Tuesday. We have two alderman seats open.

There are four citizens running for these two seats.

Look at all of the money that has been spent at the Lake Corriher Wilderness Park. Will you benefit from it?

How about the roads in town? They are in poor shape. We always hear from our leaders we don’t have the money to repair the roads. Well then, what is our tax money being used for?

Try making a comment during citizen’s comments only to have the mayor tell you he has heard this before and to change the subject or you have to sit down.

My two votes will be for Tony Corriher and Bobby Brown.

— Nadine Cherry

Landis

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