Springville resident supports Kowalske in village election

Dear Editor,

As you know, March 18, 2020, is a special date this year in our village. All registered voters have an opportunity to have a voice in preserving our beautiful village and making it better for future generations.
Voting is one of the most important responsibilities we have as U.S. citizens and residents of the village of Springville. It is our chance to select future leaders who reflect our beliefs for the current and future quality of life in our village. Our vote represents our desire to maintain and improve the quality of life for all citizens from newborns to the octogenarians. Springville’s future depends on our dedicated village board members.
This year, I am proud to support my granddaughter, Devin Kowalske, as my representative and future leader. Please help me in supporting her by voting for her for the Springville village board.
As a life long resident of Springville, I am proud that my granddaughter has chosen to return and establish roots in our great community.
Devin, her husband and daughter have been living in the village for almost a decade since returning, after leaving the community as a child. Devin has matured into an active, involved community member pursuing improvement of the community as a whole. Devin has chosen to become active in Green Springville, rising to board member, and Springville Center for Arts. She can regularly be found attending the village board meetings and volunteering at the center for the arts activities and during the summer. Devin and family can regularly be seen volunteering at the community concert series supporting the Springville Center for Arts and promoting Green Springville.
Let’s get out to the polls on Wednesday, March 18. I encourage you to follow me in my vote for Devin Kowalske and Reed Braman as I place my trust in their future leadership, along with the rest of the village board, in revitalizing Springville.

Respectfully submitted,

Judy Law
Springville resident