Letter: Vote Bob Sirkus for Town Council
As a homeowner in Snowmass Village since 1994, I know that we are now at a pivotal juncture in terms of who we will elect to guide Snowmass Village into the future. Our exceptional town needs exceptional leadership, and by electing Bob Sirkus to Snowmass Village Town Council, we will be opting for the caliber of leadership that our town deserves.
Bob has already proven himself. As the current chairman of the Snowmass Village Planning Commission, Bob has continually demonstrated his understanding of the core issues that face our community, such as the need to restart Base Village, the completion of the entryway and the availability of affordable housing. Bob is committed to finding solutions for us to move forward in these areas.
In addition to his demonstrated leadership in the town of Snowmass Village, Bob has been involved in other leadership roles throughout the valley. I speak on behalf of Bob, after knowing him since he moved to Snowmass Village and working with him for the past three years on the board of the Aspen Jewish Congregation. There is no doubt in my mind that Bob is an individual of impeccable character and integrity. He has demonstrated to me his ability to get along with his colleagues, to study the issues thoroughly, and he manages to gain consensus in a nice way. He is an exceptional team player.
Bob will represent the greater good of Snowmass Village. He will work hard to sustain the character of our village. Please vote for Bob Sirkus for Snowmass Village Town Council on Nov. 4.
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