Re-elect Mike Glass |

Re-elect Mike Glass

Dear Editor:

As the ballots for the Holy Cross Electric have stated arriving, please take the time to look over this ballot. As you complete your ballot we urge you to check the box and re-elect Mike Glass to the Holy Cross board of directors.

I have worked with Mike in his capacity on the Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District board and my position as town of Eagle trustee. When working with Mike I take the greatest of respect in his ability to have a common-sense approach to issues, thinking of the community, the environment and policies while making decisions.

We feel Mike is reasonable, responsible and trustworthy, and has served the people of Holy Cross Electric with their interest at the forefront.

As a member of our community: local banker, father and husband, WECMRD board member, involved with various other nonprofits, instructor at CMC, high school football official, Mike has been our banker for the past 11 years, and Pappy has also been a Colorado high school football official with Mike the past 10 years.

Mike has lived in the valley for many years, and he is the right choice because he is in tune with our community, big picture-oriented and takes a flexible and balanced approach.

We urge you to vote to re-elect Mike Glass to the Holy Cross board of directors, so that we all can continue on with the services we presently have and new ones that are coming along in the years to come.

Mary Kerst

Mikel “Pappy” Kerst

town of Eagle trustee

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