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Mesirow has the right vision for Aspen

I have known Skippy Mesirow and his family since he was a little kid. As a young man Skippy was bright, adventurous, socially concerned and a leader among his many friends. He was well respected for his thoughtful ideas and opinions.

Today, as a young man of 30, those qualities have grown and enhanced Skippy’s unusual maturity. He’s an extremely intelligent young man dedicated to the wellbeing of the city of Aspen and its residents. His involvement over the years with the City Council, being a member of and chairing various city commissions and organizing and participating in community and charitable events — all of this absolutely qualifies him to be an excellent city councilman.

Yes, I am biased, but everything I am sharing is still true. The residents of Aspen would be very fortunate to have a new councilman with Skippy’s vision, commitment and impressive qualifications. The more you learn about him, the more impressed you’ll be. I’m betting he’ll be governor one day, but for right now he can do a whole lot of good for the city of Aspen.

Thank you for supporting Skippy Mesirow for Aspen city councilman.

Bill Eichengreen

Highland Park, Illinois


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