'Robert Hunter will continue his commitment in serving others' in Woodbury

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My name is Maria Hunter and I’m asking for your help to re-elect Robert Hunter to the Woodbury Town Board.

Over the years he has volunteered his time to many civic and EMS organizations in Woodbury in an effort to help those in need. His honesty and professionalism as Councilman Robert Hunter will continue through his commitment in serving others.

The experience gained from being on the Town Board for almost four years will enable him to continue to make the best decisions for the future of Woodbury. His goals to continue with ongoing improvements to the Police Department, Parks & Recreation, Library, Court and Town Hall facilities will benefit all residents. He works well with the current Town board members and as well with the Village Board.

On November 7th vote the “Common Sense” party line for Woodbury’s future that Robert will continue to work on.

Maria C. Hunter

Woodbury resident

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