Mike has also been visiting with citizens about the issue to hear what they have to say. We do not agree with another opinion letter’s claim that “I don’t have enough information” is simply an excuse to not take a position. Mike is not going to rely on information put out by only supporters of the annexation to make a decision. Especially when we read in an email from an annexation supporter stating that the annexation should already have been done “even if it hurt [sic] those of us in Annetta”. If you’re reading this and think the city should get accurate information (as much of it as possible, as quickly as possible) before moving forward to help determine whether this annexation is a good move (not just for the petitioners but for the city as a whole), we hope you’re voting for Mike Brasovan. That is his position.
Now we’re hearing and seeing signs that say to “stop the gridlock” on Annetta’s council and get things done, there are four candidate that must be elected that are running as a group – a group that includes Mike’s opponent. Wouldn’t a better option be to vote for someone willing to work with the entire council? Wouldn’t we be better served by voting for someone whose only agenda, if elected, is to work, even through disagreements, for the good of the city he’s running to serve? If that’s what you believe, we hope you’re voting for Mike Brasovan. That is his belief.
Mike has spent more than 20 years in the utility business, just like the letters have said about his opponent, but Mike has the kind of utility experience that would benefit Annetta’s water customers: he serves utility customers across the country - working to get them better service and rates. How? Partly through negotiating and writing contracts, auditing his customers’ utility bills and correcting errors, and analyzing their systems – for water along with electricity and natural gas. If you think this skill set can help Annetta better serve its customers, we hope you’re voting for Mike Brasovan. That is his experience.