Voting for Rob Holtz on Sept. 10 is important to preserving Mequon's values. He is candidate for District 1 alderman.
When Mequon residents recently elected Dan Abendroth as mayor, they responded to concerns about development policies that threatened our vision for Mequon. That threat is still present in the choices made by some members of the Common Council.
By contrast, Holtz carries the endorsement of Mayor Abendroth and is committed to low-density, high-value development. Holtz wishes to preserve open spaces and Mequon's rural character. He wants to continue this city's record of low taxes and educational excellence.
Holtz has outstanding qualifications, being both a locally practicing attorney (who graduated with honors from University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School) and a certified public accountant. A resident of Mequon for 26 years, he has held leadership positions in the Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club. Electing Holtz as alderman to succeed Abendroth helps to restore needed balance in city government.
Robert B. Ashmore
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