A leader with integrity | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

One event is certain … Change … nothing ever stays the same and Arlington is no exception. The right person to pilot and manage the change is crucial to the success and livability of our community. Right now, before the citizens of Arlington is the wonderful opportunity to elect Debora Nelson as their next mayor.

One event is certain … Change … nothing ever stays the same and Arlington is no exception.

The right person to pilot and manage the change is crucial to the success and livability of our community. Right now, before the citizens of Arlington is the wonderful opportunity to elect Debora Nelson as their next mayor.

I met Debora over five years ago. Since that meeting I’ve come to know her as a woman with rock solid integrity and compassion for others (of which I have been a recipient). She is approachable, authentic and faithful in the little things as well as the big. She has shown her commitment and dedication to the community of Arlington by involving herself in many civic activities.

Debora listens with her full attention … she is a genuine people person, which is clearly evident by her chosen vocation as a professional photographer. As part of her job, her position as president of the Downtown Arlington Business Association and long before she decided to run for mayor, Debora has made a point of having regular communication and contact with the people living in and around her community. As a result she definitely has a finger on the pulse of Arlington.

Debora knows how to bring people together, build consensus and to be a mentor. She will lead with integrity and openness with the goal of seeing Arlington flourish while maintaining the “flavor” of the town.

Christine H. McKellar

Arlington

 

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