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Letter: Poschman a man of progressive policies

Greg Poschman will be an excellent county commissioner. He’s committed to our 40-year tradition of progressive policies (e.g. quality of life, affordable housing, creative mobility solutions), yet he seeks ways to adapt them to today’s reality (nex-gen business opportunities).

He’s pragmatic and open to creative ways of achieving our goals. Though he knows a lot of solutions, he’s a genuine listener, always eager to learn. Also, he’s a lot of fun.

Michael Kinsley

Old Snowmass

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