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Letter: Writer is genuine, ready to lead

I am supporting Scott Writer for Pitkin County commissioner because I have known Scott for years and I know his dedication and passion to create a future for our kids. Scott was a volunteer hockey coach for my daughter for years and his love for the kids was genuine and heartfelt. He was a tireless volunteer, and when I heard he was running for county commissioner to, in part, try and create more opportunities for our kids to make Aspen their home, I knew it was sincere. I think Scott would make a great commissioner for what he calls “future old-timers.”

What I also loved about Scott as a coach was that he was always training the parents in sportsmanship and making sure they knew that the priority was to be respectful and cordial. I know he will bring that same attitude to the board. Please vote for Scott Writer in this election. He knows his stuff and I think he will make a real difference.

Mimi Scott



Aspen


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