Letter: For the benefit of our environment and economy, re-elect Dahlkemper!

Posted 10/19/22

For the benefit of our environment and economy, re-elect Dahlkemper!

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Letter: For the benefit of our environment and economy, re-elect Dahlkemper!

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We need a leader who is committed to address climate and sustainability issues head-on here in Jefferson County. County Commissioner Lesley Dahlkemper has demonstrated that she will turn community concerns into action. She supported the creation of the county’s first Climate Action Plan, which through her leadership and guidance, is due to be submitted for approval by the end of the year.

Lesley understands that sound climate action is not only good for enhancing and sustaining the beautiful environment in which we live, but also good for our economy. Promoting clean energy, clean vehicles, clean water, and healthy forests creates well-paying local jobs and improves property values.  

The initiatives developed in the Plan attract large investments in our community from new State and Federal programs, and Lesley has proven to be the collaborator and leader needed to secure this valuable funding for the benefit of our families and neighbors. She has my vote for re-election! 

Kevin Morse, Evergreen

 

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