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Letter: A mature leader in Greg Poschman

I live in Willits and feel invested in the larger Aspen, Roaring Fork Valley. We live in a deeply interconnected valley and our common interests, from Aspen to Glenwood Springs and beyond, will increasingly depend on thoughtful decisions by our leaders across municipal and county lines.

Greg Poschman brings a broad vision to his campaign for a seat on the Pitkin County Board of County Commissioners.

He is a lifelong son of Aspen who believes in conserving the unique and precious environment we all enjoy, while understanding the benefits that balanced and careful growth throughout the valley will bring to our economy. We need a mature leader who appreciates the long view. We need a thoughtful leader who understands the growing relationship between Aspen and her downvalley communities. We need a commissioner who will work in collaboration and partnership with business and conservationists — a critical balance — for the greater good. Greg Poschman is an Aspen entrepreneur who loves the land. He is that thoughtful and mature leader who will serve well.

Linda A. Carnes


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