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Friday, 15 February 2013 12:52

 

 

IVANHOE LOVE JR.

Why did you decide to run for the Liberal City Commission?
My skills and experience can make a difference.
What do you believe is Liberal’s greatest asset?
The people that live here.
What do you believe is Liberal’s biggest challenge?
Finding common ground.
Are you willing to review and follow the priorities set by the community for the 1-cent sales tax when it was renewed in 2010?
Yes. 
What are your economic priorities for Liberal? 
Promoting local business and tourism.
How have you been involved in the community (volunteerism, etc.)?
Director Adolescent Support Services, served as a Red Cross board member, Sourhwest Medical Center board of trustee, Seward County Historical Society board member, Rotary Club, N.E.L.L. (Northeast Liberal Leadership), Liberal City Commission, Seward County Commission, Leadership Liberal board of directors, Citizens State Bank director, Liberal High School Site Council.
How would you utilize Liberal’s existing assets to develop a more prosperous community?
Maintaining a good quality of life in Liberal.

JACK CARLILE

Why did you decide to run for the Liberal City Commission?
My proven business skills can help my hometown.
What do you believe is Liberal’s greatest asset?
The strong, friendly people.
What do you believe is Liberal’s biggest challenge?
Stimulating growth.
Are you willing to review and follow the priorities set by the community for the 1-cent sales tax when it was renewed in 2010?
Yes. 
What are your economic priorities for Liberal? 
Exploiting value-added opportunities in agriculture and energy.
How have you been involved in the community (volunteerism, etc.)?
I serve on the Tourism Board and the Depot Heritage Board. I am a strong supporter of the United Way and its 27 agencies, and I have helped the soccer league, the Calvary Mennonite Church and other local organizations put on special events.
How would you utilize Liberal’s existing assets to develop a more prosperous community?
Liberal’s assets must be aggressively marketed as a business proposal to businesses.

 

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