Zentmeyer for Carbondale
We are writing to encourage the residents of Carbondale to vote for Pam Zentmyer in the upcoming trustee election.
Pam has a proven track record of integrity, intelligence and balance in addressing the issues that have faced the trustees in recent years.
Her views toward future growth are moderate, sustainable and centered around the actual needs of the community. As a trustee, Pam is responsive to the community as a whole.
So many of us have worked hard for decades to make Carbondale a town known for its volunteer spirit, grassroots community organizing, many nonprofits, green-energy building and resources, environmentally friendly practices and an outstanding town in its support and fostering of the arts and humanities.
Pam understands all of this, and she is committed to preserving and fostering all that makes Carbondale a unique and special place.
She is actively involved and visibly present at many nonprofit events and happenings around town. She is tuned in to the spirit and the rhythms of Carbondale. She also understands finance and budgets. Pam supports and is ready to expand upon existing efforts to promote Carbondale as a tourist destination as a source of economic stability.
Pam grew up in Carbondale and has many deep-rooted connections to this community. We are all very fortunate that she is on the Board of Trustees and willing to run again! Anyone who has sat through some of the Tuesday trustee meetings knows that everyone on that board is making a very big sacrifice and generous commitment to contribute that service to our community.
Pam has done a great job as a trustee, and she will continue to do so!
Diane Kenney and John McCormick
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