There’s a newspaper that circulates only in Sun City called Sun Day in which Linda Moore is placing inserts.
Part 1 can be found here.
Here’s the one that appeared on Thursday:
(In part 1, I documented “Embattled Township Supervisor Outlines Her Conflict with the Carryover Trustees While Working to Reduce Taxes and Stop the New Town Hall.”)
In 2009 I successfully ran for office, pledging that I would fight for and save your tax dollars.
As your Grafton Township Supervisor, I stopped the waste of your money on an unnecessary $5.5 million dollar (including int.) new town hall.
Since that election the carryover elected board officials, using a “gotcha mentality,” tried everything possible to eliminate me as the barrier to their goal of this new town hall rather than working together for the good of the township.My first term of office certainly has required courage and steadfast dedication to bring promised change and to save taxes.
As we enter 2013, there is very good news.
Three of the four current trustees will not be running for re – election. Video clips of the exiting trustees are available at www.electlindamoore.com to demonstrate the problems and behavior I faced during township meetings.
The platform of my opponents are solving are the problems of the current board.
With these three trustees exiting, the anger and personal agendas they have acted on will exit as well.
My opponents’ promises are hollow political trickery.
Some have asked why I opposed a new town hall.
It is simple and responsible; to save tax payer dollars.
Beware: new legislation has made it possible for the town board to build a town hall without your approval.
The threat is real.
I stand firm in my pledge that, if re-elected, we will not build a new town hall without your approval by referendum.
A vote for me is a vote to lower taxes…and a time-proven stand against a new town hall.
I am the only member of the board who has voted against increasing taxes for the last three years.
My first term has required much time and serious effort to putting out unnecessary and illegal fires and trying hard to work with angry trustees who don’t want change.
A second term under reasonable and cooperative conditions will allow me to pare down the spending significantly. I look forward to working for you with a fresh board of trustees.
Your vote will make it happen.
While I have accomplished a great deal by standing up and doing the right thing for Grafton Township residents and taxpayers,
I would appreciate the opportunity to work to save tax dollars during a second term of office.
Your vote for me will help to make this possible.
Grafton Township Supervisor