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Letter: Vote Goodwin for Snowmass Village mayor

Hey folks! It’s election time coming up here, there and everywhere in America.

From the curious way the Snowmass Village town government’s pyscho-political environment behaves and responses to stimuli and its many money costing mistakes and problems, I champion Mr. Richard Goodwin to win good, be a good win for you and make good as the new elected Snowmass Village mayor.

Why? This astounding man puts his money where his mouth is. He has brains. He is a leader. He works out at the Snowmass Village Recreation gym, where men respect such an athletic-minded elder.



He knows the right and wrong sense in standing up to bulls–tting hustlers. He knows appropriate business ethics, practices and deal-making.

I am certain a good win for Mayor Richard Goodwin should be in the cards for a new glorious historical governing chapter that Snowmass Village rightly and justly deserves, don’t you agree?



If Base Village residential property owners had any brains, they’d get out and campaign like the day lights for Goodwin instead of looking like suckers and whining like losers who got taken for ride by Related and Town Hall. Stop being the laughing stock of this villige. Get busy knocking on doors for Goodwin’s good win!

Emzy Veazy III

Burbank, Calif. and Aspen


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