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Jacobson ready for Snowmass council

Dear Editor:

I’m writing to endorse Chris Jacobson for Snowmass Village Town Council. Chris is an experienced businessman, a passionate environmentalist and a devoted family man with a knack for high-altitude gardening and a vision for creating a more vital and sustainable Snowmass Village.

Chris brings to the table more than 20 years of experience in construction and development services, and has owned and operated several small businesses over the years. He understands the importance of fostering a vibrant local business environment, and the value that a strong community identity brings to the resort experience.

Since his appointment to the town’s Environmental Advisory Board, Chris has proven himself to be a force of leadership, and I believe he is our best choice to add an engaged, deliberate, and well-organized decision maker to our Town Council. Chris has a proven track record of working diligently to achieve specific goals, and has offered a variety of fresh, creative ideas concerning the future of Snowmass Village.

Chris knows that transparency is critical to preserving the integrity of government, and he is committed to serving with an open mind and the community’s best interests at heart.

Please vote Chris Jacobson for Town Council on Nov. 6.

Jason Haber

Snowmass Village


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