My wife, Therese, and I moved into Pinehills two-plus years ago and are still getting familiar with the community. We didn’t vote because we don’t know any of the candidates.  We don’t know what the candidates stand for and what their positions are on the issues.  An uniformed vote is just as bad as a no vote.

Maybe in the future the candidates could meet some of the community and advise who they are, find out some of the interests of the people, advise how they would represent the community interests, and what their positions are on the issues. The distribution of placards with bullet items don’t say much about the candidates.

Matt Sliwa

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