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Sieber is civil, keeps best interests of county in mind

10:05 PM, Mar. 8, 2014  |  Comments
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When the snow finally melts, the voters of Brown County District 1 will have an important decision to make. The County Board can continue to govern in a civil manner, or it can return to the contentious relationships it had previously.

Because of this, I am pleased to continue to support Tom Seiber for county supervisor. As a small-business owner, Tom understands the importance of communication and compromise. I believe that Tom will continue to work with people who agree and disagree with his views, always keeping the best interest of Brown County in mind.

After doing some research on the other candidate for County Board, I am concerned that the civil manner of the board will change. We need to continue to have cooperation on the board. The other candidate does not appear to have that same interest at heart.

Bryan Milz

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