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St. George 2019 City Council Candidate Forum
October 2 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Hello, I’m Greg Aldred, I love where we live! I’ve served this community for 38yrs. My father was a County Commissioner back in 1986 and my mother was a nurse. Times have changed. I’m running on what I call the three T’s. 1.Taxes 2.Traffic 3.Term limits. I say, NO NEW TAXES. Terms limits stops career politicians. We need affordable housing, not low income housing. To quote Albert Einstein, “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” I’m asking for your vote. For more info go to Facebook/Greg Aldred. Text 435-632-2807. Gregaldred@yahoo.com
I value the people who live in St George who inspire, teach and have become my friends. I offer to all, ‘let’s meet half way’ to communicate, which is the beginning of understanding and friendship. All ideas, points of view, opinions and needs are valuable and will be given my respect and consideration. It is a great responsibility to listen, study, and then make sound decisions for the city. I take this charge seriously. The goal is to continually move forward, keeping what was given to us by the past as we move into the future.
Ed Baca earned a Bachelors Degree from Cal-State University Fullerton, California, and began his public service career in municipal government serving as a law enforcement officer. Ed enjoyed a second career in county government where he was charged with fiduciary and ministerial responsibilities in caring for the elderly and those deemed unable to care for themselves under court appointed conservatorships. During the course of 50 years of public service Ed has joined with associates in establishing many meaningful public service activities and organizations contributing to the wellbeing of the community including his current city council service.
St. George is where I was born and raised. This is my home! I currently serve on the city council and on several boards and commissions for the city. I have learned a lot and hope to put that knowledge to work by serving another term. I am the Owner/ Funeral Director of Hughes Mortuary and own a small cattle ranch on the Arizona Strip. I understand the challenges faced by business owners. I will continue to seek your input and give my all to serve and keep St George a great place to live. I would appreciate your vote!
I am running as a positive voice for a city with a bright future. I want to emphasize the importance of LOCAL LIVING including: spending our money in our community, community involvement and volunteerism, knowing our neighbors, listening to every voice, community self-sufficiency, making the long-term health of our citizens and our land a priority, working toward the goal of a secondary/re-use water system for residential and farming use, supporting art, promoting and protecting our vital downtown area, encouraging smart incremental growth, and embracing creative housing ideas that bring beauty to our community and affordable housing to our residents.
Hi, my name is Gregg McArthur and I am running to serve you as your St George City Council representative. My motivation to run stems from a sincere heartfelt desire to serve the people and community that have provided me with so much. Simply put, I’m running to serve. I’m running to make a difference in our city’s future. I’m running because I care. I’m running to ensure that St George will continue be what it has always been – an incredible city in which individuals can happily and safely live, grow and play.
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