At Sunday’s meet and greet/fundraiser, hosted by Arlene and Larry Pripeton in Ridgelea, Gary met his neighbors to ask about what was on their minds.
They told Gary they were concerned about the environment, stream maintenance, trees that cover up signs, sidewalks going nowhere, bicycle lanes that seem to make no sense, the constantly rising property taxes, underdeveloped business opportunities, among other issues.
Gary listened. His campaign platform addresses all of these items, and when Gary becomes Mason District Supervisor on November 5th, his first order of business will be to launch a pilot to clean up Baileys Crossroads and invite new businesses and families to settle there. Another intention of Gary’s is to ensure a representative is present on every committee that impacts their particular neighborhood, so that the people’s voices are heard.
Gary’s son, Emmett, 11, was quick to remind the folks that he had palm cards and people could find out more information about his dad at www.garyaiken.org.
Emmett handed out bumper stickers and asked everyone to put one on their cars. With campaign support like this, we can expect a big win for Gary Aiken on November 5. Winning with Gary!!