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Letter: Do your duty but keep it courteous

Midvalley Visionaries would like to remind Basalt residents to submit their votes for the April 5 election. Vote for Basalt to be an affordable place to live, work and play for generations to come. Politics can get ugly, but we are stronger as a community if we collaborate and compromise. Treat your neighbors with respect and keep it positive even if you disagree. Most importantly, use your voice to vote. In our small community your vote has a lot of impact. Keep Basalt local.

Chris and Elizabeth Mullen


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