Letters to the Editor

Homola cares about all, not just some

I got to meet Angie Homola last night and I could see why her opponent has attempted to keep Angie from speaking at certain community forums.

Think of a 10,000-piece puzzle with pieces scattered miles apart, some on very hard-to-reach shelves. Angie is so bright, she can keep track of what’s on every single piece, knows where to find it and knows how each piece fits together. Even if the picture on the box has been trampled, she holds the vision of what it can be.

I’ve met few people with that grasp of details who can also see as widely and unselfishly.

Angie understands how things are now, has thoughtfully worked hard to minimize and fairly spread essential budget cuts in order to handle diminished county income. She cares about present needs, as well as protecting our quality of island life for years to come.

Despite vendettas and harassment, she has a passion to work tirelessly for us, for all of us, not just some of us. We’re lucky a woman of such character wants to continue serving us. Please vote for her.

– Anne Katherine

Coupeville

 

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