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Letter: Burlingame City Council team
October 26, 2013, 05:00 AM Letter

Editor,

On Nov. 5, Ann Keighran, current Burlingame mayor and candidate for re-election to the Burlingame City Council is deserving of your vote. She is an experienced and qualified elected representative. As you look at her support for all of Burlingame over the last 20 years, there are several notable items. This includes her support for small businesses, immediate and continuing support for Broadway merchants, the fact that she is a registered nurse and her involvement as a senior member of the Pet Parade Working Committee for over eight years (She has lived near Broadway with her husband and two daughters for over 15 years). It is proven a harmonious City Council gets things done. Burlingame currently has four council members on the team and Michael Brownrigg, a team member, is also up for re-election in November.

Michael is a fiscal conservative and he has always been the person to get things done by bringing together a consensus and thereby encouraging council members to vote in a timely manner. Let’s keep the team together by re-electing Ann Keighran and Michael Brownrigg Nov 5.

Rudy and Farris Horak

Burlingame

 

 

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