Letters: Experience and commitment for our town

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The residents of the city of Winters have important decisions to make as to who will represent them on City Council going forward. The broad issues of growth, housing, water, and fire pose many challenges for whoever steps into the councilmember role. It will require someone with a strong commitment to the community, solid understanding of the issues, and experience working through complex problems. For these reasons, I’m supporting Lisa Baker for one of the open seats in the November election.

Lisa brings to the table a wealth of experience from her time as the CEO for Yolo County Housing, her service on the City of Winters Planning Commission, as well as numerous local volunteer commitments including Yolo Friends of the Library and Putah Creek Council. All this truly shows her commitment to our city. She has always been an involved resident here and always has an eye out for ways to help the community.

In working with Lisa in different volunteer capacities, I’ve found her to be a person who will put in the necessary time and focus to help. Whether pushing through on the process of a strategic plan or working at a table to collect donations for fire victims, she has her focus on both the big picture and the critical details and will always put in the effort needed for success. Her dedication along with her critical experience makes her a great candidate for City Council.

Please join me in supporting Lisa Baker for City Council on Nov. 8!


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