I am writing to express my support for Michael Barth who is a candidate for re-election to the village of Bayside Board of Trustees on April 2.
I have had the pleasure of serving with Michael Barth on the village's Architectural Review Committee. Mike has consistently demonstrated himself to be a concerned and dedicated representative of the residents of Bayside.
Mike has been a member of the board of trustees since 2003. During the period of Mike's tenure, the village has benefited from sound and steady management. The administrative budget of the village has remained flat over the past several years. Notable accomplishments include the creation and opening of the consolidated dispatch center adjacent to Village Hall, which will result in substantial cost savings to all North Shore communities, and the forthcoming development of the Sendik's property at the corner of Port Washington and Brown Deer roads.
If you are a resident of the village of Bayside and have not already had an opportunity to review the 2012 State of the Village report, I encourage you to do so. It is available on the village website.
Bayside should remain "on course." I encourage you to vote to re-elect Michael Barth to the board of trustees on April 2.
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