Frisch will bring sunshine to Aspen City Council
The forecast for Tuesday, May 3, is sunny!
We have not seen a whole lot of the sun this spring and for some people it hasn’t been that sunny for a few years now. We have a chance on Tuesday to try and make a difference by casting a vote for the future.
This election season there are many great people running for the two City Council seats. I have spent some time watching the Grassroots videos of Squirm Night and the Probe Line videos of each candidate (thank you, Grassroots).
I have come to have a great respect for Adam Frisch. He has an appreciation for our great town and takes time to give back. He wants to take his appreciation one step further and bring his experience and enthusiasm to the City Council. He truly enjoys the small-town community that we have and will do everything he can to protect this while at the same time using creativity to help revitalize our local economy. Adam has spent countless hours working with the affordable housing program to help ensure its continued success and sustainability. At the same time, he is a very involved parent who makes time to share the little moments with his children.
Bottom line is Adam is a well rounded individual who is willing to tackle any situation, the perfect addition to the current City Council group.
Please take a few minutes out of your day on Tuesday to cast your vote for Adam Frisch.
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